Passage, Christopher Chen’s Fantasia on Colonialism, Extends at Soho Rep.

Off-Broadway News   Passage, Christopher Chen’s Fantasia on Colonialism, Extends at Soho Rep.
 
Directed by Saheem Ali, the new plays strips down identity to X and Y.
Chrisopher Chen
Chrisopher Chen Sasha Arutyunova

The New York premiere of Obie Award winner Christopher Chen’s Passage, a fantasia on colonialism past and present, has extended its engagement at Soho Rep. Performances will now run through June 2, instead of the previously announced May 26.

Directed by Saheem Ali (Fireflies, Sugar in Our Wounds), the new play poses the question: If Country Y occupies Country X, can two people from either side ever form a mutual relationship?

Ali directs a cast made up of Andrea Abello, Purva Bedi, Yair Ben-Dor, Lizan Mitchell, K.K. Moggie, Howard W. Overshown, Linda Powell, and David Ryan Smith.

The creative team includes Arnulfo Maldonado (scenic design), Toni-Leslie James (costumes), Amith Chandrashaker (lighting), Mikaal Sulaiman (sound), Ryan Courtney (props), and Nicole Marconi (production stage manager).

Chen is an Obie-winning playwright whose plays include Caught, The Hundred Flowers Project, Into The Numbers, The Late Wedding, Mutt,and You Mean To Do Me Harm.

For more information, visit Sohorep.org.

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