Spain. 1492. The lives of three young people - one Muslim, one Jewish, one Christian - are turned upside down as Ferdinand and Isabella's army re-conquers Granada from the Muslims. Music, dance, and poetry heighten the dramatic struggle of these three trying to find a way to live together through war and persecution.
This reading will be held at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Dreyfuss Theatre, 285 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ. Click here for directions. Click here for a printable map of the campus (the Dreyfuss Theatre is located in Building 9).
All tickets are general admission.There will be a talk-back following the reading.
Sandberg’s plays have been seen in Australia, Canada, England, Japan, Panama, South Korea and throughout the U.S. He’s been commissioned by, among others, McCarter, Seattle Rep and Seattle Children’s Theatre. Current work includes IRL for George Street Playhouse, What Can’t Be Seen, developed at Passage Theater and Provincetown Playhouse, and Judgment of Bett, at Kennedy Center’s New Visions/New Voices. His plays are published by Playscripts and Dramatic Publishing. He teaches playwriting, acting and dramatic literature at Princeton University.
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Appropriate for teens and adults.
Directed by John Pietrowski
Ma'il - Carlos Ibarra*
The Razmab - Paul Murphy*
Hajar - Mariam Habib*
Ytzha - Jenelle Sosa*
Nando - Walter Rodriguez#
Colon - Buzz Roddy*
Avram - Eli Ganias*
Stage Directions - Danielle MacMath+
* Members of Actors' Equity Association
# Equity Member Candidate
+ FDU Student