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- by David Edgar
- directed by Carlos Murillo
When an ancient fresco is discovered in an abandoned church, an art curator and a British art historian investigate whether it could be a Giotto painting. Disputes over cultural ownership and the value of art ignite amidst an environment of political intrigue in this deeply provocative drama that challenges the origins of Western thought.
- April 11, 2006 - April 22, 2006
- DEPAUL'S MERLE RESKIN THEATRE
- (312) 922 1999
Stephanie M. Bryant (Marina), Stewart Calhoun (Father Petr Karolyi), Melissa diLeonardo (Gabriella Pecs), Kevin Forster (Swedish Man/Grigori), Yosh Hayashi (Leo Katz), Susaan Jamshidi (Yasmin), Josephine Keefe (Teenage Girl/Toni Newsome), Stephen Loch (Oliver Davenport), Stephan Madar (Father Sergei Bojovic), Ashlee Olivia (Fatima), Sarah Pitard (Cleopatra), David Rispoli (Abdul), Jessica Rosenberger (Amira/Czaba’s Secretary), Dima Rozental (Raif/First Soldier), Hanlon Smith-Dorsey (Pusbas/Nico), Douglas Thornton (Mikhail Czaba), Mira Vasiljevic (Anna Jedlikova) and Tiffany Villarin (Tunu) and guest artist Taj McCord (Antonio).
The production team includes scenic design by John P. Sundling, costume design by Ryan J. Todd, lighting design by Ron Seeley, sound design by Josh Horvath, and stage management by Karen Hashley.