by Tanya Barfield
Directed by Shirley Serotsky
May 6, 2015 - May 31, 2015 ATLAS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
When Annie and Peter decide to adopt, they come to set their sights on a child from Africa. When the reality of this choice sinks in, it open a well of uncertainty that speaks to their very identity as White Americans. Politically charged and tack-sharp, The Call is a startling portrait of cultural divide, casting global issues into the heart of an American home.
Bru makes his Theater J debut as Alemu.
Hello Out There
by William Sorayan
After the gun smoke has cleared, the audience meets the lonely, jailed hero of the short masterpiece. The “Punishment” chapter of the evening is the tale of an unlikely romance that evokes both hope and hopelessness.
Bru will appear as the "Young Gambler"
The Love of the Nightingale
by Timberlake Wertenbaker
April 24- May 25
Against a backdrop of war, two sisters are separated by a marriage and a vast ocean. Ever curious about the world, the young Philomele bravely takes a voyage on the high seas in hopes of a reunion. While the stars may guide the ship’s course, danger is in the air and our heroine must harness her inner creativity to survive.
Bru makes his Constellation Theatre debut as Hippolytus.