The 2016-2017 theatrical season at Farmers Alley rolls on with the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama winner, "Disgraced," by Ayad Akhtar. Dealing with religious themes, racial stereotypes, and what it means to be an American, "Disgraced" certainly has two fingers on our current sociopolitical pulse. According to a press release from Farmer's Alley:

As the evening unfolds, what starts out as a night of cocktails and friendly conversation soon escalates into something much more dangerous and damaging, as secrets are uncovered, integrities get questioned, and confessions are revealed.

Performances of "Disgraced" will be held at the Little Theatre on Oakland Drive, November 4th through the 13th, with post-show talk-backs on November 5th and 12th. Get your tickets here, or by calling 269-343-2727.