Tensions rise as Eric and Raquel confront their own biases about masculinity and race when their young son plays with a doll...but nobody knows that the ghosts of history are watching and will protect the child at all costs. If homophobia wins the battle, who or what can win the war?
This production contains homophobic and explicit language, emotional and physical trauma, and the presence of a firearm. Simulated alcohol consumption and smoking of non-tobacco products will occur onstage.
There will be a post-show discussion immediately following the Sunday, February 27 matinee performance of Gwenevere. The discussion will feature Isaiah Reaves, playwright; Caroline Clay, director; and the cast.
In advance of the performance, we'd like to invite you to visit our Virtual Lobby to learn more about the production and our team.
|Eric||Michael Taylor II|
|Director||Caroline S. Clay|
|Scenic Designer||Dorothy Craven*|
|Costume Designer||Zamora Simmons|
|Lighting Designer||Victor Maldonado|
|Dramaturg||Micah Ariel James|
|Stage Manager||Jordan "J.J." Jones|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Jake Lahr*|
|Fight Choreographer||Paul Kalina|
|Intimacy Choreographer||Erica Barnes|
*Undergraduate student. UI Theatre is dedicated to providing hands-on theatre experience for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Artwork by Katrice Kelly.
Tickets for gallery productions are available in the Theatre Building lobby one hour before showtime.
Tickets are free for University of Iowa students (with a valid ID) and $5 for general admission.
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa-sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact the Department of Theatre Arts in advance at 319-335-2700.