VIDEO: Get A First Look At A New Trailer For THE JUNGLE At The Curran

By: Mar. 01, 2019

BroadwayWorld has a first look at the brand-new trailer for the West Coast Premiere of the Good Chance Theatre, National Theatre and Young Vic production of THE JUNGLE by Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson, coming soon to San Francisco's Curran.

Under the direction of Stephen Daldry and Justin Martin, the limited engagement begins Tuesday March 26, 2019 and will run through Sunday, May 19, 2019. Opening night is Thursday, April 4, 2019. Tickets for THE JUNGLE are $25-$165 and are available now at $25 day-of rush tickets to THE JUNGLE will be made available through a partnership with TODAY TIX.

Meet the hopeful, resilient residents of The Jungle - the short-lived, self-governing society that emerged within a sprawling refugee camp in Calais, France. Join the residents over freshly baked naan and sweet milky chai at the Afghan Café. Take a seat where men, women and children fleeing war and persecution created a world offering warm hospitality, amidst squalor and danger. This "devastating, uplifting show" (The Guardian) is "a story we need to hear" (Time Out London).

The cast for THE JUNGLE includes Moe Bar-El, Lorraine Bruce, Alexander Devrient, Ammar Haj Ahmad, Tommy Letts, Catherine Luedtke, Trevor Fox, Yasin Moradi, Jonathan Nyati, John Pfumojena, Zara Rasti, Rachel Redford, Ibrahim Renno, Dominic Rowan, Rachid Sabitri, Mohamed Sarrar, Milan Tajmiri, Bisserat Tseggai, Ben Turner, Nahel Tzegai, Tim Wright, and Khaled Zahabi.

Less than three years after its massive and historic renovation, Curran's 1600 seat proscenium theater will once again undergo a remarkable transformation in order to house THE JUNGLE's 360° staging and designer Miriam Buether's award-winning set. Audiences will inhabit the world of the Afghan café in the Calais camp, with the mezzanine allowing unique views over the performance space. This extraordinary transformation will reduce the capacity of the theater to an intimate 600 seats.

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