Identity and Heritage Collide.
By Ayad Akhtar
18 Oct – 12 Nov
Pulitzer Prize Winner
Directed by Sidonie Garrett
The Jerome Stage
The personal is political in the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama. Amir Kapoor is a successful Pakistani-American lawyer who is rapidly moving up the corporate ladder while distancing himself from his cultural roots. His wife, Emily is a white artist whose work explores Islamic imagery. When this couple hosts a dinner part for their colleagues, the veneer of civility gives way to a damaging encounter in this unflinching tale of big-city aspiration, cultural assimilation and the truth hiding just below the deception.
All lots are patrolled by security starting one hour before the performance and until the last patron has left the parking lot.
Lot 1: Just north of the Unicorn.
Lot 2: Just south of the Unicorn off 39th Street between Main & Baltimore.
Lot 3: Just west of the Unicorn off 39th Street between Baltimore & Wyandotte.
Lot 4: Just northeast of the Unicorn, across Main. This lot is not always available. The sidewalk sign (shown below) will be out when this lot is available for Unicorn patron parking.
For a map, please visit: http://www.unicorntheatre.org/?page=boxoffice-parking .