May 30, 2024 - June 16, 2024

World premiere How to Eat an Orange A new one-woman play about the visual artist and activist Claudia Bernardi, her childhood in Argentina under the military junta, and her subsequent work digging up the past. Histories are woven together in a kaleidoscopic play that depicts how both families and justice may be reconfigured. Featuring Paula Pizzi.

Set and Prop Design by Daniel Landez; Projection Design by Milton Cordero; Lighting Design by Maria-Cristina Fusté; Sound Design by Nathan Leigh; Co-Costume Design by Suttirat Larlarb and Brynne Oster-Bainnson; Stage Manager Milan Eldridge; Assistant Director Fabiola Arias; Press Representative Emily Owens; Production Manager Karen Oughtred

For the past three decades, Catherine FILLOUX (ACC 2000), French Algerian American award-winning playwright, librettist and activist has been traveling to conflict areas writing plays that address human rights.

Saturday, June 1: Brief post-performance conversation with Connie Winston with members from the artistic team

Connie Winston has performed with The Talking Band, in Filloux’s play “Lemkin’s House” and as Judge Shirley Taylor on TV’s Conviction; she is also a writer and dramaturg.

Sundays June 2 and 9: Post-performance conversations with Alexander Santiago-Jirau (New York Theatre Workshop) and Marguerite Feitlowitz (author of A Lexicon of Terror: Argentina and the Legacies of Terror) with the playwright

Adults: $30
Students/Seniors: $25
First 10 tickets are $10 (limit 2 per person)

Ticket prices are inclusive of all fees.

How to Eat an Orange is approximately 80 minutes.

To learn more and purchase tickets, click HERE