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In this powerful 2013 Pulitzer-prize winning play, Islamophobia is examined in a post 9/11 progressive society with dire consequences. The playwright asks us to examine our hidden racial prejudices and warns us of the price we pay when we abandon assimilation in favor of embracing our heritage. 

Performers

Miriam Mills, director

Ticket Information 

Admission: $20 adults, $15 seniors/non-Rider students

Preview Performance (sold at door): $9 adults/non-Rider students, $5 seniors

Box Office: 609-896-7775
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