Leslye Orr's What I Thought I Saw: Random Acts of Blindness
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Whenever you assume a fake identity, you risk losing the "real" one underneath. This is just one of the mind-bending problems haunting the title character of Miranda, the new play by James Still, three-time nominee for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. In Miranda, a CIA operative who goes by many names is in the midst of what might be deemed an occupational hazard: an existential crisis. Who is she? What's kept her working in the Middle East all these years? And how, exactly, did she find herself directing a production of Othello in Yemen? The answers are as arresting and profound as the questions themselves in the third play of Still's trilogy exploring the effects of 9/11 on one family. Michael Robins directs this piece commissioned by the Illusion Theater. Learn More