November 30-December 3, 2017
Written by Andreas Flourakis
Directed by Athena Washburn ’18
Where is the border between freedom and escape? Dream and sleep? Your country, and you?
I Want A Country is an experimental theater piece set on the watery edge of 21st century Greece. The play comes to life through a modern-day chorus– a public that exists within the space of Greece but whose varied positionalities challenge the idea of a homogenous, cohesive, and controllable population. These people grapple with the trauma of living through the death of one’s country, dancing the tension between escape and freedom as the groundlessness and instability of the outside world demand a redefinition of country.
Thurs NOV 30 @ 8PM
Fri DEC 1 @ 8PM
Sat DEC 2 @ 2PM
Sat DEC 2 @ 8PM
Sun DEC 3 @ 2PM
*First-Years and Transfers get in for free on Thursdays!
Run time: Approx. 1 hour
Brown University Theatre’s 2017-18 performance season is produced by the Brown University Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies and by Sock & Buskin, a student-faculty board that has an unbroken record of producing theatre at Brown University for over 100 years.
Tickets are $15 (adults) / $12 (seniors) / $7 (students). For more information visit brown.edu/theatre. To book tickets, call (401) 863-2838, or visit the Box Office in the Leeds Theatre Lobby (83 Waterman Street, Providence, RI 02912), Tuesday–Friday from 12–4pm during the semester, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To book online, visit: brown.edu/tickets.