Bhutan, the Acclaimed Off-Broadway Drama
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The last date listed for Bhutan was Sunday December 18, 2011 / 7:00pm (Closing Night).
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The year is 1944, segregation in the U.S. is prevalent and World War II is in full swing. At Port… More
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The land of Bhutan acts as a metaphor for the nearly unattainable. It might as well be a far off shimmering star.
An unusually bright girl's dreams are nurtured by a worldly elderly neighbor, only to be repeatedly squelched by a family who think she was born to stay put ... endlessly in their service.
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Another hit from Rogue / Theatre/Theater! Wonderful acting, nice transition, excellent use of the set. I am considering season tickets to this theatre since everything they produce seems to be of the highest caliber.
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“With Bhutan_, Daisy Foote confirms both her formidable talent as an emerging playwright and determination to chronicle the evolutionary changes in the life cycle of a small town in rural New Hampshire. … That she succeeds so well in this moving drama about the disintegration of a tightly knit working-class family attests to the compassion behind her steely-eyed vision.” —_Variety* *
Written by Daisy Foote
Directed by Elina de Santos
Featuring Tracie Lockwood, Marco Naggar, Ann Colby Stocking and Tara Windley
Set Design by Mark Guirguis
Lighting Design by Leigh Allen
Sound Design by Chris Moscatiello
Stage Managed by Victoria Watson
Assistant Directed by William Torres
Produced by John Perrin Flynn, Matthew Elkins & Diane Alayne Baker