I WAS NEVER ALONE at Yale

[Image Description: A poster for the staged reading (designed by Rachel Chew) reads

I’m very glad that a performance of my ethnographic play will be presented this March as part of the program of the 2018 Soyuz Symposium for Postsocialist Cultural Studies, this year hosted by the Department of Anthropology and the European Studies Council at Yale.

Friday March 2nd at 7:30pm, with a talk back session at 9pm
Saturday, March 3rd at 1:00pm, with a talk back session at 1:30pm
At the Yale University Center for Collaborative Arts and Media (CCAM) Movement Studio, 149 York Street

Featuring:

Shannon DeVido as Vera
Sommer Carbuccia as Vakas
Caitlin Wells as Alina
Patrick Tombs as Sergei
Jason Dorwart as Rudak
Abbey Burgess as Anya

with additional roles and production design by Rachel Chew, Dana Smooke, Chayton Pabich, and Yuki Hayasaka.

The staged reading is presented as part of the Soyuz Symposium for Postsocialist Cultural Studies, with support from the European Studies Council, the Department of Anthropology, Theatre Studies, Slavic Studies, and WGSS at Yale University.

Event details on the Yale Events Calendar are here.
More about this project here.

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