Seattle Repertory Theatre’s “Disgraced” — Beyond the Theatre

DG_SquareGraphicIn Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Disgraced (previews tonight, January 8, and continuing through January 31), a New York lawyer named Amir struggles with identity issues after his Muslim heritage is questioned. Amir and his wife, Emily, an artist, host a small dinner party where conversational sparring on politics and culture seem to be the center of the menu. It’s fast and witty dialog, where secrets are spilled and relationships begin to crack.

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