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Hosted by the Consul of the Boston Arts & Culture Group
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Took place 1 month ago
Wed 04 Oct 19:30 - 21:30

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I am excited to introduce a different type of event to our fun group. I have been following Zeitgeist Stage Company for some time now and they bring on stage amazing performances that are relevant to our current social issues.
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About Zeitgeist Stage Company
Zeitgeist Stage Company aims to explore contemporary plays and rediscover historic works that reflect the mixture of comedy and drama inherent in contemporary life. They seek to establish a creative environment that allows theatre artists to demonstrate their talents through timely and relevant productions, and to foster a connection with audiences and the community at large.

About the Artistic Director
David J. Miller (Director & Scenic Designer) is Zeitgeist Stage Company's founder and Producing Artistic Director. Zeitgeist Stage productions of The Kentucky Cycle Protected content , Stuff Happens Protected content Blue/Orange Protected content Elliot Norton Awards for Outstanding Fringe Theater Productions from the Boston Theater Critic’s Association. In addition, David was nominated by the Norton Committee as Best Director of a Small/Fringe Company for three Zeitgeist Stage productions in Protected content two productions in Protected content . Zeitgeist Stage’s epic presentation of The Kentucky Cycle was named best of the season by both the Boston Phoenixand The Boston Globe.

About the play
Eighteen-year-old Susie Glenn is on trial for conspiring to commit acts of terrorism, and recent Harvard Law grad and practicing Muslim, Claire Fathi, has been brought on to prosecute. Though pitted against one another in the courtroom, these two young women are fighting a similar battle to defend their morals, motives and religious freedoms in this riveting and timely new drama. An explosion of identity politics, questions of faith, and a face-off between two seemingly diametrically-opposed women drives the compelling narrative of Faceless.

Written by Selina Fillinger
Directed by David J. Miller
Approximate Running Time: 1 hour, 20 minutes