CTG Starts Rehearsals for ‘Disgraced’

L-R: Cast members Emily Swallow and Hari Dhillon, director Kimberly Senior and cast member J Anthony Crane in rehearsal for Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer-winning play “Disgraced,” which will be presented at the Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum at the Los Angeles Music Center June 8 through July 17, 2016. For tickets and information, please visit CenterTheatreGroup.org or call (213) 628-2772. Contact: CTG Media and Communications/ (213) 972-7376/[email protected] Photo by Craig Schwartz.
L-R: Cast members Emily Swallow and Hari Dhillon, director Kimberly Senior and cast member J Anthony Crane in rehearsal for Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer-winning play “Disgraced,” which will be presented at the Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum at the Los Angeles Music Center June 8 through July 17, 2016. For tickets and information, please visit CenterTheatreGroup.org or call (213) 628-2772.  Contact:  CTG Media and Communications/ (213) 972-7376/CTGMedia@ctgla.org Photo by Craig Schwartz.
L-R: Cast members Emily Swallow and Hari Dhillon, director Kimberly Senior and cast member J Anthony Crane in rehearsal for Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer-winning play “Disgraced,” which will be presented at the Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum at the Los Angeles Music Center June 8 through July 17, 2016. For tickets and information, please visit CenterTheatreGroup.org or call (213) 628-2772. Contact: CTG Media and Communications/ (213) 972-7376/[email protected] Photo by Craig Schwartz.

Rehearsals have begun for Ayad Akhtar’s 2013 Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Disgraced,” which begins previews June 8, opens June 19 and continues through July 17, 2016, at the Mark Taper Forum.
Directed by Kimberly Senior, the cast features, in alphabetical order, J Anthony Crane, Behzad Dabu, Hari Dhillon, Karen Pittman and Emily Swallow.
In a riveting, contemporary exploration of identity and religion, “Disgraced” follows a married couple living in Upper East Side Manhattan. Amir is a corporate lawyer and Emily an artist, and though Amir was raised Muslim, he has left his heritage behind. The couple hosts a small dinner party and soon, before anyone can stop it, polite protocol is abandoned and the talk turns to religion, politics and sex.

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