Running Time
1h 55m, with intermission

This production contains live gunshot effects.

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July 19 - Aug 6
Aug 23 - Sept 10   Oct. 4-30


- Hartford Courant-

"Gripping in its deft intelligence...A TRIUMPH."
- New Haven Review-


Meet the Cast

Jameal Ali
Off-Broadway: The Invisible Hand (New York Theatre Workshop), Romeo and Juliet (Classical Theatre of Harlem). London: Titus Andronicus (Rosemeade); Yerma, Tartuffe  (The People’s Palladium); Murmuring Judges, Our Country’s Good (City Academy/Sadler’s Wells); Bodas de Sangre (Soulfire Theatre);Troilus and Cressida (The Cockpit Theatre). Film: Like Home, Plagium, Swan’s Cry, Yolk White Shell, SuperDigi, You’ll Be a Woman Soon. Television: “Spooks,” “Hunted.”

Rajesh Bose
Imam Saleem
Off-Broadway: Indian Ink (Roundabout Theatre Company), Masked (Daryl Roth Theatre).  Regional: Mary Stuart (Folger Theatre); Disgraced (Playmakers Rep, Huntington Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre – Connecticut Critics Circle Award); The Who & The What (Gulfshore Playhouse); Disconnect (San Jose Rep); Love Person (Victory Gardens Theater, Mixed Blood Theatre); The Cripple of Inishmaan, Tartuffe (Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre); Indian Ink, Arabian Nights (Quantum Theatre). Film: Frozen River.  Television: "Elementary,” “Damages,” "Nurse Jackie,” "Madame Secretary,” "The Good Wife,” "Law & Order: SVU,” “Criminal Minds,” and the series finale of "The Sopranos.”

Eric Bryant 
Nick Bright
Westport Country Playhouse: Room Service. New York: Cut Throat (Abingdon Theatre), Angels in America (Signature Theatre, u/s-performed), The Pillow Book (59E59), Even Maybe Tammy (The Flea), Billy Witch (APAC). Regional: Almost, Maine (TheaterWorks Hartford, CT Critics Circle Award - Outstanding Ensemble), Lewis Black’s One Slight Hitch (NY Stage and Film), Bachelorette (Studio Theatre, DC), The Mousetrap (Walnut Street Theatre).  TV: “Mr. Robot,” “The Following,” “The Blacklist,” “Blue Bloods,” “Deception.”  Graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Yale School of Drama. 

Fajer Kaisi
Regional stage: Amir in Disgraced (Pittsburgh Public Theater); Abe in Paloma (Kitchen Theatre); Graham in Informed Consent (Geva Theatre/Cleveland Play House); Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet, Aeneas/Helenus in Troilus and Cresida (OSF 2012); Tareq in Tennis in Nablus (Stageworks); Ashraf in Jihad Jones and the Kalishnakov Babes (Interact Theatre).  Off-Broadway and International Touring: Shahid the translator in Aftermath (NYTW, London, Galway, Paris, Amsterdam, Perth, Melbourne, Boston, DC).  Film: Interpreter in Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk (Ang Lee), Karim in I'll Come Running (Spencer Parsons). Television: “30 Rock,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Law & Order,” “The Good Wife,” “The Blacklist,” “Madam Secretary,” “Unforgettable,” “Deadbeat,” “Person of Interest.” Fajer is also an narrator with over thirty titles available for download. 

Production Sponsors
Jill & Alex Dimitrief;
Judy & Scott Phares

Production Partners
David & Eunice Bigelow Foundation;
Michael Klingher & Lindsay Schine;
Johnna G. Torsone & John McKeon

To learn more about the benefits you or your company receive as a Playhouse Production Sponsor, please contact Director of Development Kathryn Gloor at or (203) 571-1131.