Based on interviews with young Syrians detained by the Assad regime during the civil uprisings of 2011, COULD YOU PLEASE LOOK INTO THE CAMERA? explores the relationship between Nura, a filmmaker, and Zayd, Karim, and Farah, three young protestors recollecting their arrests and detentions. As a piece of Theatre for Social Change, COULD YOU PLEASE LOOK INTO THE CAMERA? poses some critical questions: What is the relationship between art and technology? Can theatre stimulate political and social change? How can art provide the tools for action to empower individuals oppressed because of their race, gender, class, religion, ideology, and sexual orientation? How can performance serve to raise our consciousness against violence and war? With this production, Trinity Theatre continues its commitment to building a platform for change around difficult dialogues. |
Trinity Theatres production is directed by Prof. Roberto Prestigiacomo. The shows scenic design is by Martha Penaranda, costumes by Kellie Grengs, and lighting by Andrew Lopez.
This production is for mature audiences only. Due to the intimate nature of the Attic Theatre, with capacity limited to 70 seats, reservations are required to ensure seating for this production.
The Attic Theatre, Ruth Taylor Theatre Building, Trinity university (Ver)
One Trinity Place
San Antonio, TX 78212
|Edad mínima: 16|
|Apropiado para niños: No|
|Se aceptan perros: No|
|No fumar: Sí|
|Accesible a silla de ruedas: Sí|
The Attic Theatre is wheelchair accessible.