Signature Theatre kicks off the Heidi Thomas Writers’ Initiative with a complex and intriguing look at an American worldview created in the wake of September 11.
For the last 12 years, or 4,380 days, Malik Djamal Ahmad Essaid has been held without charge by the United States government at the Guantanamo Bay Detention Center. As he languishes in his cell, his interactions with those on the outside are juxtaposed with historical events in a riveting exposé into the most dangerous prison of all—fear.
With a graceful poetry and a fluidity that spans time and place, DC playwright Annalisa Dias delivers a searing and timely critique of power, humanity and what it means to be American.
4,380 Nights is presented as part of the 2018 Women’s Voices Theater Festival.
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SigWorks: The Heidi Thomas Writers’ Initiative, a partnership with the Jenna and Paul Segal Foundation, is a multi-year commitment to present world premieres by female playwrights with female directors.
4,380 Nights contains adult language and situations, strobe lights, and loud noises. It is suitable for adults only (18+).
Playwright Annalisa Dias will be in the lobby after the performance to discuss the themes of the play with audience members after the following performances:
Friday, February 9
Friday, February 16
Saturday, February 17 after the matinee
Sunday, February 18 after the matinee
Sponsored by the Jenna and Paul Segal Foundation.
New Work at Signature Theatre is sponsored by the Revada Foundation of the Logan Family
Scenic Design by
Lighting Design by
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Sound Design by
Fight Choreography by
Assistant Costume Designer
Sophia Lewin Adams