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Theater: "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller
Start Date: 2/17/2017Start Time: 7:30 PM
End Date: 2/17/2017End Time: 9:30 PM
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EVENT:
The George Washington University’s Department of Theatre & Dance presents All My Sons by Arthur Miller
 
WHEN: 
Thursday, February 16, 17, 18 at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, February 19 at 2:00 p.m.
 
WHERE:
The George Washington University’s Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre
800 21st Street NW
Washington, DC 20052
 
Nearest Metro Stop: Foggy Bottom/GWU (Blue, Orange, and Silver) on 23rd and I Street NW
Exit the Metro and walk 2 blocks east on I Street to 21st
 
TICKETS:
Students/Seniors – $10; General Admission – $20 (Cash, debit/credit, check, and G-World are all accepted)
 
Tickets are available online, by calling (202) 994-0995, or by visiting the box office on the night of the performance. The box office is located next to the theater, on the first floor of the Marvin Center. 
 
Arthur Miller’s Award-winning All My Sons. Joe Keller is a successful businessman who has lost one of his two sons in the war.  His wife, Kate, believes that their son is still alive somewhere.  But when their other son decides to settle down, he unwittingly unearths truths that may destroy the Keller family.  
 
JODI KANTER (Director) Jodi Kanter’s new book, Presidential Libraries as Performance (Southern Illinois University Press, 2016), examines the nation's 13 extant presidential libraries as performances that work to shape our understanding of what it means to be American. 
 
Her larger focus is on strengthening communities through adaptation and performance. To this end, she has created workshops, events and productions in a wide variety of settings. Her book, Performing Loss: Rebuilding Community Through Theatre and Writing explores how communities can use performance to respond to shared experiences of grief.
 
Kanter has served as production dramaturg at Washington area theaters including RoundHouse, Theatre J, Mosaic, and Olney Theatre.  Her largest local project is a multi-year collaboration at Children’s National Hospital. She is a trained facilitator of Augusto Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed. 
Location:
Foggy Bottom - Marvin Center  (View Map)
800 21st Street
Washington, DC 20052
Room: Betts Theatre
Arthur Miller
This event is open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community
  • Employees - All
  • General Public
  • Students - All
  • Event Format & Features:
  • Performance, Concert or Recital

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