Something just happened. A car. An explosion. Amor has an important errand to run. He walks the city streets with his backpack and his cell phone, doing his best to blend in. But what looks normal? This funny, fierce show-down with paranoia takes us on an intense 24-hour journey inside one young man’s head, as the lines between reality and fantasy, criminal and victim, become increasingly unreliable.

PlayCo complements its production season with an eclectic series of stand-alone events, including reading presentations of plays and literature, evenings that examine a particular topic through the work of a variety of prose and poetry writers and/or other media, and panel discussions featuring theatre artists, writers, scholars and community leaders. These events may link to a production, or extend our programming to other ideas or issues of interest to our community.

Join us for several post-show events this week. You do not need to attend the performance or buy tickets to these post-show events. They are open and free to the public.

JAN 22 – FEB 23, 2014

by Jonas Hassen Khemiri
Directed by Erica Schmidt
Translated by Rachel Willson-Broyles

Dahlia Azama
Francis Benhamou
Damon Owlia
Rachid Sabitri

Set: Daniel Zimmerman
Costumes: Jessica Pabst
Lights: Jeff Croiter
Sound: Bart Fasbender

Production Manager: B.D. White
Production Stage Manager: David Beller


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New York, NY 10014