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Dael Orlandersmith.

Photo by Robert Altman.

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Until The Flood

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Jan 24 – Feb 23, 2020

Kirk Douglas Theatre

Pulitzer Prize finalist and celebrated performer Dael Orlandersmith (Forever) explores the social uprising in Ferguson, Missouri following the shooting of teenager Michael Brown. Pulling from her extensive interviews with Missouri residents, Orlandersmith crafts a stunning theatrical experience that must be seen. The Chicago Tribune called it “palpably compassionate” and raved that it “achieves a great beauty by bringing us together rather than driving us apart.”

She brings the questions, the pain and even the unspeakable thoughts of hundreds, if not millions, to life. Until the Flood is an urgent moral inquest.

Eye-opening... Brings an entire community to life.

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Written & Performed by Dael Orlandersmith
Directed by Neel Keller


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Stage Talks

Jan 29, Feb 12

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Center Theatre Group hosts Community Conversations, pre-show, moderated discussions with a panel of renowned experts, community opinion-makers, and cultural thought-leaders in dialogue about the context, issues, and ideas finding voice on our stages.

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