[act-ma] DON'T FORGET! Torture play by MIT students this Thurs! July 23, 8:00pm-9:00pm "WaterBoard"
neimpeach at gmail.com
Tue Jul 21 16:19:30 PDT 2009
At the Cambridge Family YMCA Theatre, 820 Mass. Ave., (T stop Central Sq.,
An Institute for Intermediate Studies production
proceeds support Amnesty International's Counter Terror with Justice
concept by Stephanie Skier
performed by Nadeem Mazen and Stephanie Skier
with original music by Basim Usmani
and opening remarks by Josh Rubenstein of Amnesty International
$20 general admission
"WATER BOARD: a play about torture" aims to create awareness and discussion
about waterboarding as a form of torture. Through live
action performance, integrated video, original music and dialogue with the
audience, this breathtaking show explores the contemporary
politics and history of simulated drowning.
Performers Nadeem Mazen and Stephanie Skier each waterboard the other during
the course of the performance.
Exploring the eerily whimsical linguistic connotations of the recently
coined term ?waterboarding?, the performers play on slip?n?slides and toss
beach balls while singing about ?enhanced interrogation
Contact: iisboston at gmail.com
Cambridge Family YMCA Theatre, 820 Mass. Ave., Cambridge (Central Square)
Social Justice Cooperative
Open to public
*For more information:*
E-mail: nadeem at mit.edu </mc/compose?to=nadeem at mit.edu>
Phone: 617 852 4638
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