Lou-Lou Igbokwe

Directed By: 

Jessica Creane

A Main Stage Production
In The Main Stage Theater


October 12, 2013

Between the culture we inherit,
traditions we uphold, and the people we become...
There's magic."

Zaki, the only child of ambitious Nigerian immigrants, is constantly learning things the hard way. When her mysterious grandmother moves in, things take a turn for the magical. But even her newfound power doesn’t help Zaki deal with the reality of trauma, tradition, and loss.

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Uzoma Emukah
Jude Evans
Sadah Ieisha
Laura E. Johnston*
Jacquelyn Revere
Monique A. Robinson
Donnell Smith
Julian A. Wicks
Augustus Wilson

*Member, Actors' Equity Association

Set Designer:
Colin McGurk
Lighting Designer:
Phil Kong
Associate Lighting Designer:
William Sammons
Sound Designer:
Nicholas Simone
Costume Designer:
Orli Nativ
Fight Choreographer:
Adam Alexander

Stage Manager:
Katie Selyanina
Assistant Stage Manager:
Dayna Richardson

Artistic Associate:
Anne Fizzard
Production Manager:
Aaron David Kapner
Assistant Production Managers:
Kristen Lazzarini • Clare Patterson

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