On the Run: The Landing Theatre Company presents - In Darfur

Posted by: Staffon 2017/4/20 13:40:00 590 reads The Landing Theatre Company
presents the Regional Premiere of
In Darfur by Winter Miller. Directed by Troy Scheid.
April 23 - May 13, 2017

Presented by The Landing Theatre Company (LTC) at The Landing Theatre @ the Docks

Without Winter Miller, you might not know about the genocide that is occurring in Darfur.

Commissioned by the Guthrie Theater and the Playwrights Center in Minneapolis, and presented at The Public Theater in NY, IN DARFUR is the provocative account of three intertwined lives at a camp for internally displaced persons in Darfur.

The story follows an aid worker’s mission to save and protect lives, a journalist’s pursuit to deliver a “Page One” story and a Darfuri woman’s quest for safety. It is a searing story of urgency and international significance and how one voice can bring awareness to the entire world in the pursuit of change and peace.

A portion of the playwright’s royalties from IN DARFUR is being donated to an anti-genocide organization.

Intended for mature audiences.

“Urgent and fierce. Timely and Timeless. Truly a heroic act of playwriting.” – Ari Roth, Artistic Director of Theater J

“Winter’s play is an urgent and passionate response to a crisis unfolding at this moment.” – Oskar Eustis, Former Artistic Director of the Public Theater

“A play that forces us to question our moral responsibility to the victims of human rights abuse.” – Lynn Nottage, Pulitzer winning playwright (Ruined)

The cast features:
Leslie Lenert
Yemi Otulana
Precious Merenu
Manuel Abascal Jr.
Estee Burks
Clifton J. Adams
Prince Nnaji

Directed by Troy Scheid
Scenic Design by Clinton Hopper
Costume Design by Bridget Elizabeth Paliwoda
Lighting Design by Adam Spencer
Sound Design by Travis Ammons

Theatre Location:
The Docks Theatre
1119 Providence Street
Houston, TX 77002


The award winning Landing Theatre Company (LTC) is dedicated to advancing American Theatre through the cultivation of extraordinary American playwriting and presenting American works that have significant artistic worth to our community, our culture and our history.

All Performances Pay-what-you-can ($25 suggested)
Gold Reserve starts at $35
Special Offer: For $75 you’ll purchase your ticket and donate a ticket to a Houston refugee
Intended for Mature Audiences.