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DASH


Benefiting:
Wide Horizons for Children
Produced by: David Lamberton and Alexandra Hall van Schie
Directed by:
David Lamberton & Alexandra Hall van Schie
Written by: John T. Hall

 

 

It is 1976 in war-torn Nigeria. An African-American envoy is on both a US trade mission and a personal mission to explore his racial identity. After witnessing the murder of an innocent hotel worker by a fellow American, he is forced into a crisis-of-conscience. This play is based on actual events.

 

Venue: The Robert Moss (44o Lafayette Street)
Schedule:
Friday 5/31/13 – 4:00pm

DASH runs 1 hour and 30 minutes with no intermission

Tickets: All Planet Connections readings are FREE. To reserve seats, please click here.

Genre: African-American Issues, American Politics, Benefit, Drama, Educational Issues, Environmental Issues, Foreign Lands (occurs out of U.S.), Mystery/Thriller, Play, Reading, Actual Events

 

Cast
Russell Jordan… Phil Collier
Suzanne Harvin … Mrs. Noragbin
Nick DeSimone … Nick Pagorus
David Lamberton… Fred Connors
Joshua Black … Lother von Lutz
Einar Gunn … Harry Abrams
Tomike’ Lee Ogugua … Eshu
Omar M’sai … Awahla
Rhonda Hansome  … Narrator

Production Credits
Ian Wehrle (Sound Designer)
Planet Connections (Lighting Designer)


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