The play explores sociopolitical themes such as Islamophobia and the self-identity of Muslim-American citizens. At a dinner party among four friends and colleagues of different ethnicities, the conversation turns to politics and religion, and the mood quickly becomes heated. Described as a "combustible powder keg of identity politics," the play depicts racial and ethnic prejudices that "secretly persist in even the most progressive cultural circles."
" ... a continuously engaging play that bristles with wit and intelligence. Watching Mr. Akhtar's characters rip into the forbidden topics ... of identity and religion in the contemporary world ... makes for good theater. - Charles Isherwood, The New York Times
All "Disgraced" attendees will receive a complimentary glass of wine with a dinner entree before the show with ticket confirmation or after the show with a "Disgraced" program at the Horse and Hound Restaurant on 94 Spring Street, South Salem, NY 10590.
South Salem Theater (View)
82 Spring Street
South Salem, NY 10590
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|