National Theatre of Scotland presents Adam (US premiere)
“Can the soul of a man reside in the body of a woman?”
Adam, a North American premiere, is the remarkable, true story of Adam Kashmiry, a young trans man born in Egypt. Trapped in a deeply conservative society where falling in love with the "wrong" person can get you killed, he had to escape. He typed that question into his laptop, and what followed was beyond his wildest dreams.
Adam features a score sung by a virtual choir of trans and non-binary individuals from across the world who are projected onto the stage. It is both a bold exploration of the experience of a young transgender person and an ambitious experiment with theatrical form, blending storytelling, classical composition and mass digital elements.
With a track record of groundbreaking, thought-provoking productions spanning the globe, The National Theatre of Scotland is dedicated to playing the great stages, arts centers, village halls, and schools of Scotland, the U.K. and the world.
As always, EVERYONE buys their OWN tickets and our group will not sit together. Click on the link in the location field, above, to learn more and buy tix online.
1) This show runs only three Protected content . NYU students, alumni, faculty & administration have special access; see website for details.
2) End time of performance is approximate. We will go out for drinks and snacks after the show. I will disclose the venue, only to those who attend the performance.
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