A new play by Ariel Mitchell
Directed by George Nelson
Sept. 25–28, 2012 (view performance schedule)
Margetts Theatre–Harris Fine Arts Center
ASL Interpreted Performance: Th/Sept. 27, 7:30 PM
World premiere. Nasima, a daughter of poor Afghani parents, has been raised as a boy since age five to improve the family’s economic and social standing in the community. When she must finally give up employment and education in order to (re)learn to be a girl so she can marry, Nasima must confront the relationships of her past and the traditions of her future to find out who she truly is.
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