May 6 – 7
MURDERED MEN DO DRIP AND BLEED
BY JENNIFER BARCLAY AND HANNAH KHALIL | DIRECTED BY JARED MEZZOCCHI AND JIM CULLETON
Commissioned and produced in collaboration with DC’s Solas Nua New Irish Arts and Dublin-based Fishamble: The New Play Company.
MAY 6 AT 2PM AND MAY 7 AT 11AM | ATLAS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Inspired by the forced distancing of the pandemic, this imaginative new play by Irish-American playwright Jennifer Barclay and Irish-Palestinian playwright Hannah Khalil affirms the strength of women of all nationalities and the universal need for connection. Written by the artists while living half a world apart, Murdered Men Do Bleed and Drip spans continents and mediums, with the play’s action taking place simultaneously in two countries during a global live performance-meets-digital theater event made specifically for this moment.
Mosaic Theater Company of DC
Committed to making theater inclusive, Mosaic brings a mix of communities together to encounter our shared humanity on stage, interrogating our intertwined histories and grappling with many of the pressing social and political issues of our time.