In the shadow of the Gulf War, a young Palestinian womans quest to learn what happened to her Marine brother, Remzi, leads her to a Kentuckian Marine named Craver. Through a poetic web of time leaps and apparitions, we see the two soldiers fall in love against the backdrop of war. Woven into that story, the ghost of a Vietnamese mother, Lu Ming, seeks justice for her infant daughter, a victim of the 1968 massacre at My Lai. Obie Award-winning Playwright Naomi Wallace, known for her signature blend of politics, eroticism, and lyricism, here masterfully rings the gong of histories that still reverberate through our national body.
WHEN: Sunday 17th of March, 2019
WHERE: Jones Playhouse
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The author of one of the more compelling poetry debuts weve seen in recent years, Sally Wen Mao with her first book, Mad Honey Symposium, Sally Wen Mao makes this welcome first Elliott Bay appearance for her just-released second collection, Oculus.