Incident at Vichy
by Arthur Miller
A group of strangers are detained in a makeshift police station. They don’t know why they’re there and they aren’t allowed to leave. One by one, they undergo an inspection behind closed doors and confront their harrowing fate.
Miller’s unsung masterpiece addresses the human toll of detention. In its diverse cast of characters, the play explores what divides us intellectually and the ways in which we unite under fierce oppression. Our radically updated production will highlight the terror, claustrophobia and political angst of being a detainee, an experience all too relevant in American society today.
We believe that all rehearsals should be creative, mutually productive and, above all, fun. Actors will have the opportunity to experiment with the text in a very supportive environment. We encourage performers of all genders, ethnicities and racial identities to audition for this production and particularly encourage POC to help us tell this important story. We hope you will join us!
CW: anti-Semitism / Holocaust narratives / depictions of violence / racial abuse / suicide ideation
Performance Dates & Times
December 6, 2018 - 8:00pm
December 7, 2018 - 8:00pm
December 8, 2018 - 8:00pm