On Today’s podcast, Melissa Amilani chats with the team behind the Temple Theaters Side Stage production of INDIAN WANTS THE BRONX. Stay Tuned!
ABOUT INDIAN WANTS THE BRONX
By Israel Horovitz
Presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc, New York.
An East Indian gets lost on his first day in New York as two teenage punks find him waiting at a lonely bus stop. He cannot understand English, and the boys have some fun with him – at least it starts out as fun. But little by little, as the minutes go by and the bus doesn’t come, they get bored; then annoyed; then vicious. Exploring the dynamics of the outsider, as well as the dangerous reality of perspective, this play dives deep into the consequences of living life as a game at the expense of others while simultaneously investigating the desire to break free from one’s position in life.
Directed and Produced by Alex Monsell
Stage Manager: Nelson Muhn
Lighting Designer: Dylan Wallace
Art by: Jessica Lee Guerrazzi
Friday, September 12, 8 pm
Saturday, September 13, 8 pm
Sunday, September 14, 8 pm
Friday, September 19, 8 pm
Saturday, September 20, 2 pm and 8 pm
Randall Theater, Temple University Main Campus
(entrance through Annenberg Hall)
2020 13th street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
General Admission: $10
All earnings to support the Philadelphia Firefighters and Paramedics Local 22’s Charitable Trust’s Widow’s Fund, dedicated to families that have lost a Firefighter or paramedic.
Jared Corbin Manders
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