Tomorrow Will Take Care of Itself, part of the Borders and Their Shadows Festival
Friday, September 20 at 7:30 p.m. **
Thursday, September 26 at 8 p.m.
TOMORROW WILL TAKE CARE OF ITSELF
By Slovenian-American Playwright Stefanie Zadravec
This play, set on Nauru—Australia's prison island for asylum seekers— draws climate scientists into a complex web of present need and past history and politics. As the island is haunted by imminent demise and global politics, Afghan and Iraqi refugees fight for dignity and sanity.
** Pre-show Forum on 9/20 6 p.m.-6:45 p.m., followed by reception in Gonda lobby; Post-Show Talk with Playwright & Director
FREE, REGISTER HERE.
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
September 19-22: Festival Weekend | Forums and Play Readings
September 26-28: Play Readings Only
Georgetown University Theater & Performance Studies Program
Borders and Their Shadows:
A Festival of Plays on International Themes
Curated by Prof. Christine Evans
This Festival features free concert readings of new plays by women writing across borders, offering imaginative entry points to the cascading human and social consequences of forced migration. Readings feature guest artists from five countries, students, faculty, and alumni.
The Festival is generously funded by Georgetown College, Georgetown's Global Humanities Initiative, and the Swedish Embassy, with co-sponsorship by the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics and the Finnish Cultural Foundation.
Thursday, September 26 at 8:00pm
Davis Performing Arts Center, Devine Studio Theatre
37th and O St., N.W., Washington
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