Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World
About Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World
From the Egyptian-American winner of the Steinberg New American Play Award comes a romantic comedy about Muslim and American identity full of unexpected twists. Musa, a new immigrant from Egypt, picks up Sheri, a boisterous and quirky waitress, after her shift. A night of improbable passion turns into an extended labyrinth of cultural assumptions upended.
Part of the Voices from a Changing Middle East Festival
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All performances are open-captioned.
Audience talk-back sessions with the artists will take place immediately after every Thursday performance, and every Saturday and Sunday matinee. All talk-back sessions in February will be ASL-interpreted.