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On Grace: Anna Deavere Smith and Joshua Roman, cello
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Event On Grace: Anna Deavere Smith and Joshua Roman, cello
When Monday, March 18, 2013 at 7:30pm
Where Gaston Hall
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Details On Grace
A Staged Reading performed by Anna Deavere Smith and Joshua Roman, cello

'On Grace' is a work in progress which seeks to define the concept of 'grace' from multiple perspectives. Collaborating with acclaimed cellist Joshua Roman, celebrated playwright and actress Anna Deavere Smith ('Let Me Down Easy,' 'Nurse Jackie,' 'The West Wing') uses her unique technique for making theater to examine grace by performing a variety of people she has interviewed on the subject. Some interviewees include the late Reverend Peter Gomes, Imam Faisil Abdul Rauf, Chef Alice Waters and Rabbi David Wolpe.

The performance will be followed by a discussion with former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.

FREE, BUT TICKETED.
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You can register your name on this list for more information should additional seating or viewing options become available:
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If seats or an alternate option become available, people on this list will hear about it first. This list is not a substitute for the standby line which will form on Monday, March 18 at 6:30 pm at Gaston Hall. All tickets unclaimed by 7:25 p.m. will be released to patrons on standby.

Reserved tickets can be picked up outside Gaston Hall (Healy Building) starting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 18, 2013.

Please note: all tickets unclaimed by 7:25 p.m. will be released to patrons on standby.


This event is part of a week-long residency, which includes a March 12 symposium, 'On Stage with On Grace: Religion, Redemption and Politics.'
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Contact

Department of Performing Arts
108 Davis Performing Arts Center
3700 O St., NW
Box 571063
Washington, D.C. 20057-1063
Phone: (202) 687-3838

Sponsors The Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics, a joint initiative of the Georgetown University Theater and Performance Studies Program and the School of Foreign Service.
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