IYOM: part of the WorkShop's International Exhange Program with NYU Tisch School of the Arts Asia

Lou-Lou Igbokwe
Directed By: 
Jessica Creane

Saturday, October 13 at 3:00 p.m.

A Special Event
In The Main Stage Theater
Ticket Prices: 

Free and Open to the Public

No Reservations Required
Sat, 10/13/2012

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 new found power doesn’t help Zaki deal with the reality of trauma, tradition, and loss.

This is the first in a series of plays in our International Exchange Program with the Tisch Asia School of the Arts in Singapore. Over the past year, Tisch Asia has presented readings of three WorkShop plays:
Lightning From Heaven by Scott C. Sickles
Next Year in Jerusalem by Dana Leslie Goldstein
Someone's Knocking by Rich Orloff

The WorkShop in exchange will present three Masters Thesis Plays from Tisch Asia's Dramatic Writing Program:
Ubin by Su Ching Teh on October 6
Iyom by Lou-Lou Igbokwe on October 13
Wild Blue Yonder by Dean Lundquist (date TBD)

The program is curated by WorkShop alumnus and Tisch Asia's Head of Dramatic Writing William C. Kovaksik (The Barksdale Confession) and adjunct lecturer Drayton Alexander Hiers, in conjunction with WorkShop Artistic Director Scott C. Sickles.

Please join us for these FREE concert readings!


This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department Of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the city council.

WorkShop Theater Company
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