The Fever Chart: Three Visions of The Middle East by Underground Railway Theater
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The last date listed for The Fever Chart: Three Visions of The Middle East was Sunday December 19, 2010 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Central Square Theater:
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The world premiere of Sila, a dramatic tale of climate change that has already won awards for its writing, blends Inuit myth with modern Arctic policy to tell its pressing story. In the northernmost Canadian territory of Nunavut lies Baffin Island, current home to Sila's eight characters -- including an Inuit activist, a climatologist, an Inuit hunter and two polar bears -- whose lives will all change as their values are challenged in the face of a growingly unstable environment and world. Because in Sila, the Arctic is melting -- and everyone wants a piece of it. Learn More
Playwright Naomi Wallace offers a unique combination of lyrical theatricality and political passion in her new triptych for the stage, presented by Underground Railway Theater. _The Fever Chart: Three Visions of The Middle East _reaches out like a prophecy, challenging audiences to envision peace during the holiday season.
Directed by Elena Araoz, with a cross-cultural cast featuring Ken Baltin and Najila Said, daughter of author/activist Edward Said.
About the Ticket Supplier: Central Square TheaterThe Central Square Theater is home to Underground Railway Theater (URT) and The Nora Theatre Company, two professional theater companies with a combined track record of over 48 years of excellence.
URT has a 29 year history of connecting high quality professional theater with communities, performing new plays for young audiences, families and adults, and teaching through its rigorous education programming. Combining actors, puppetry and music, URT reaches out to and engages diverse audiences with performances of great beauty and compelling social content.
During The Nora's 19 years, audiences and the media have recognized it for its exceptionally high quality work. Mission-driven to bring cutting-edge, thought- provoking, and contemporary productions to New England audiences, The Nora has introduced local audiences to Boston, New England, and/or world premieres.