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About Cardboard Piano

16-year old Chris just wants to find a safe place to live with the girl she loves- not an easy task in 1999 Uganda. Determined to be together, Chris, the daughter of American missionaries and Adiel, a local girl, meet in the village church to marry in secret. When the war outside the church walls breaks its way into their sanctuary in the form of a wounded child-soldier, all three lives become tied together forever. Cardboard Piano is a riveting testament to the power of the past to shape the future, and the bonds of love, family, and forgiveness.

By Hansol Jung

Directed by Tom Bruett

Produced in partnership with Museum of the African Diaspora

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Recommended for ages 14 and up.

It’s a story with a resonant and rewarding ring of truth.
Twin Cities Pioneer Press
Deeply moving new play.
Courier Journal
Demonstrates the fragile quality of mercy.
KDHX

10/26 - 12/2

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