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Thursday, January 28, 2016; 10:30 a.m.
Bagley Wright Theatre

This Pulitzer Prize-winning play addresses issues of identity, religion, and culture. The protagonist, Amir, has internalized his Muslim heritage. When asked by his young nephew Abe (born Hussein Malik) to help defend a local imam from charges of terrorism, Amir finds himself at a personal and career crossroads. Writer Ayad Akhtar raises important questions concerning Muslim-American identity throughout his celebrated work.

A provocative play that is a natural fit for World History, American History and Language Arts classes. Extensive student study guides and pre-show in-class workshops will be available.

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