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DISGRACED at The Circuit Playhouse

The Pulitzer Prize-Winning drama Disgraced opens August 19th at The Circuit Playhouse. Amir Kapoor, a Muslim-American lawyer, and his wife, Emily, an artist influenced by Islamic imagery, enjoy their comfortable life on New York's Upper East Side. When a co-worker and her husband come to dinner, what begins as polite table conversation explodes, leaving everyone's relationships and beliefs about race and identity irrevocably damaged. Disgraced challenges the audience to think about the purpose of faith, relationships between white and non-white races in contemporary America, and about the process and responsibilities of creating art.

Disgraced features a strong ensemble of actors comprised of Greg Szatkowski (Peter and the Starcatcher; Seminar) as Amir, Natalie Jones making her Circuit Playhouse debut as his wife, Emily. Disgraced also features Jessica Johnson (Byhalia, MS) as Jory, Gabe Buetel-Gunn (Byhalia, MS) as Issac, and Shaleen Cholera making his Circuit Playhouse debut as Abe. Disgraced is directed by Playhouse on the Square Resident Company Member Irene Crist (The Seagull; Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike). There will be a talkback facilitated by Facing History and Ourselves immediately following the matinee performance of Disgraced on August 21st, and will feature members of the cast and creative team. The talkback is open to all members of the public.

Disgraced runs August 19th - September 4th at The Circuit Playhouse. The Circuit Playhouse Inc. Super Sponsor is Dr. Thomas Ratliff. Disgraced is sponsored by the Friends of Facing History and Ourselves and Art and Nancy Graesser. The Pay-What-You-Can Performance is Thursday, August 25th, 2016. Pay-What-You-Can performances are sponsored by ArtsZone/AutoZone and Southland Park Gaming and Racing. The Circuit Playhouse is located at 51 S. Cooper Street. For more information or to make reservations, please call 901-726-4656 or purchase tickets online at

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