TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION

 

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60 minutes. 30 years. 22 actors. 5 countries. 1 stage.

South Africa, Northern Ireland, Rwanda, Bosnia and Zimbabwe. Five devastating conflicts, thirty years, one room and one burning question: can reconciliation be found when the reluctant truth is finally spoken? Twenty-two actors bring debbie tucker green's sixty-minute unblinking exploration of loss to life. Stories from across the world weave together in a search for justice, as victims and perpetrators alike struggle for meaning in the aftermath of crime.

 

Approximate run time: 1 hour, with no intermission

 

March 12 - April 16, 2017

Richard Christiansen Theatre at Victory Gardens

2433 N Lincoln Avenue

Production Sponsor

 

This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

ACCESSIBLE PERFORMANCES

Sideshow is happy to provide the following accessible services for the performances listed:

 

Audio Description and Touch Tour:

Friday, April 14: 6pm Touch Tour; 7:30pm performance

 

Open Captioning:

Thursday, March 23: 7:30pm performance

Friday, March 31: 7:30pm performance

Saturday, April 8: 7:30pm performance

Sunday, April 9: 3pm performance

CAST

PRODUCTION TEAM

PHOTOS

PRESS

by debbie tucker green

directed by Jonathan L. Green

 

March 12 - April 16, 2017

Richard Christiansen Theatre at Victory Gardens

2433 N Lincoln Avenue

 

Run time: 60 minutes, without intermission

South Africa, Northern Ireland, Rwanda, Bosnia and Zimbabwe. Five devastating conflicts, thirty years, one room and one burning question: can reconciliation be found when the reluctant truth is finally spoken? Twenty-two actors bring debbie tucker green's sixty-minute unblinking exploration of loss to life. Stories from across the world weave together in a search for justice, as victims and perpetrators alike struggle for meaning in the aftermath of crime.

 

Production Sponsors

Tom Bergin and Cortney Zaret

 

This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

 

 

ACCESSIBLE PERFORMANCES

Sideshow is happy to provide the following accessible services for the performances listed:

 

Audio Description and Touch Tour:

Friday, April 14: 6pm Touch Tour; 7:30pm performance

 

Open Captioning:

Thursday, March 23: 7:30pm performance

Friday, March 31: 7:30pm performance

Saturday, April 8: 7:30pm performance

Sunday, April 9: 3pm performance

South Africa, Northern Ireland, Rwanda, Bosnia and Zimbabwe. Five devastating conflicts, thirty years, one room and one burning question: can reconciliation be found when the reluctant truth is finally spoken? Twenty-two actors bring debbie tucker green's sixty-minute unblinking exploration of loss to life. Stories from across the world weave together in a search for justice, as victims and perpetrators alike struggle for meaning in the aftermath of crime.

 

Production Sponsors

Tom Bergin and Cortney Zaret

 

This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

 

 

ACCESSIBLE PERFORMANCES

Sideshow is happy to provide the following accessible services for the performances listed:

 

Audio Description and Touch Tour:

Friday, April 14: 6pm Touch Tour; 7:30pm performance

 

Open Captioning:

Thursday, March 23: 7:30pm performance

Friday, March 31: 7:30pm performance

Saturday, April 8: 7:30pm performance

Sunday, April 9: 3pm performance