Why is This Night Different?
It is the first night of Passover, and Haley is introducing her parents to her boyfriend, who is not only twenty years older, but also $150,000 in debt. Things get even more complicated when Mom reveals a secret that shakes the established order and forces the family to confront the past and move forward into the future. Fast paced and boisterous, this spirited comedy examines the complicated relationships between mothers and daughters, and husbands and wives, asking: is it ever too late to truly find yourself?
This production contains strong langauge and sexual content. Strobe effects will be used.
|Dad||Austin J. Yerington|
|Ahimsa||Britny J. Horton|
|Evan||Kyle Cooper Watkins|
|Director||Sarah Lacy Hamilton|
|Scenic Designer||Merric Bower|
|Costume Designer||Madison Otis|
|Lighting Designer||Emily Haywood|
|Sound Designer||Harry S. Daley Young|
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Tickets are free for University of Iowa students (with a valid ID) and $5 for general admission.
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