by Frank McGuinness, directed by Patrick Dooley
Previewed: February 15 & 16
Opened: Saturday, February 17 at 8pm
Performed: February 18 through March 17.
Performed At: 8th Street Studio Theatre, 2525 8th St. in West Berkeley.
Street Studio Theatre is a wheelchair accessible location. Saturday,
March 10 was ASL interpreted.
This play, by famed Irish playwright Frank McGuinness, tells the story
of 3 menan Irishman, an Englishman and an American held in a prison
in Lebanon. Their story is a celebration of the humanity they discover
in themselves as they confront their deepest fears in an insane and
hapless situation. Based on the true stories of people who were held,
and are still held, as captives in a foreign land.
Karrick as Michael
Clive Worsley as Edward
Richard J. Silberg as Adam
Alex Lopez, lighting design
Michael Frassinelli, set designer
Valera Coble, costume designer
Benjamin Lovejoy, graphic designer
Patrick Dooley, artistic director
Tucker for The West
Michael Scott Moore for SF
Chad Jones for The Oakland
Karen D'Souza for San
Jose Mercury News
Katy Shrout for The
East Bay Express
Robert Avila for SF
Matthew Surrence for Urban