FEMA's 1603, a One-Man Show about Katrina and Its Aftermath
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The last date listed for FEMA's 1603 was Sunday January 25, 2009 / 2:00pm.
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Written in 1978 by acclaimed human rights activist and first president of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Havel, Protest challenges us to question what we would do if forced to choose between survival and revolution. In this politically fueled play we meet a dissident returning home after imprisonment and a rebel campaigning in protest against a corrupt government. But this distinctive interpretation of the typically male-driven drama will also feature counterparts for the two leads -- two females meant to emphasize the universality of the characters. Protest, once banned from the stage but now revered, is a rallying cry to the responsibility of individuals to take action in the face of political corruption. Learn More
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These characters are all deeply affected by the hurricane and seek answers to questions like, “How did this happen?” “Why did this happen?” and “What do I do now?”
About the Ticket Supplier: The Actorvist Project
The Actorvist Project, based in the Washington DC area, is a growing theatre company that tells the untold stories of faceless and nameless cultures to theatre going audiences.
Their mission is to create and perform theatre that enhances social awareness and presents to audiences the untold stories of villains, victims, and victors.
The Actorvist Project allows audiences to become a part of the solution by donating partial proceeds of their ticket sales to social service change organizations.