Photo Flash: Fordham University Theatre Program Presents ANON(YMOUS)

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New York, February 25, 2012 – Fordham University Theatre Program presents a contemporary take on The Odyssey, Naomi Iizuka's Anon(ymous), at Pope Auditorium, Fordham's Lincoln Center Campus (113 W 60th St.) until Saturday, March 3, with performances at 8 p.m.

Anon(ymous) tells the story of a young refugee who gets separated from his mother amidst a violent political conflict in their home country. The refugee struggles to find his family in a chaotic, bizarre land.

The play is directed by Sonoko Kawahara, featuring set design by Joey Mendoza; costume design by Becky Bodurtha; and lighting design by Charles Babbitt.

For tickets and for more information, contact Fordham's box office at (212) 636-6340 or email FordhamTheatreMail@gmail.com. General admission: $15; Fordham faculty, staff, and alumni: $10; and students, and seniors: $5

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Photo Flash: Fordham University Theatre Program Presents ANON(YMOUS)

Photo Flash: Fordham University Theatre Program Presents ANON(YMOUS)

Fordham University Theatre Program Presents ANON(YMOUS)

Photo Flash: Fordham University Theatre Program Presents ANON(YMOUS)

Fordham University Theatre Program Presents ANON(YMOUS)

Photo Flash: Fordham University Theatre Program Presents ANON(YMOUS)

Fordham University Theatre Program Presents ANON(YMOUS)

Photo Flash: Fordham University Theatre Program Presents ANON(YMOUS)

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