From Lynn Nottage, the Pulitzer Prize–winning author of such plays as Fabulation and Intimate Apparel, comes this haunting, probing work about the resilience of the human spirit during times of war. Set in a small mining town in Democratic Republic of Congo, this powerful play follows Mama Nadi, a shrewd businesswoman in a land torn apart by civil war. But is she protecting or profiting by the women she shelters? How far will she go to survive? Can a price be placed on a human life?
Tickets are $10 each; price includes hors d'oeurves, wine, and a post-performance talkback featuring Tim Hensley from the Virginia Holocaust Museum and international humanitarian aid worker Frederic Sanchez.
In association with the Virginia Holocaust Museum and the International Foundation for PsychoSocial Wellness (IFPSW).
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