5 Reasons You Need to See Disgraced on Broadway Before March 1
Ayad Akhtar’s Disgraced examines what it’s like for a Muslim-American living in a post-9/11 New York, and the conversations that happen in this play are just not happening in television or film.
Josh Radnor Looks Back on Five Months of Gasps, Spit, and Fennel Salad in Disgraced
A few short months after ending his nine-season run as bachelor-searching-for-a-wife Ted Mosby on the CBS series How I Met Your Mother, Josh Radnor dove headfirst back to Broadway in Ayad Akhtar's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Disgraced.
Broadway Culture Shock
A Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright brings diversity and controversy to the Great White Way. Broadway is not the ideal place to talk politics. Every night, hundreds of theatergoers clog the dazzling sidewalks of Times Square in anticipation of the type of flamboyant, highly regimented performance that has come to define mainstream American theater.
Karen Pittman: Creating and Living with Intention
When Jory steps on stage, she’s in a black Gucci sleeveless sheath dress with a deep v-neck. She’s wrapped in a Burberry coat and decorated in trinkets from Bergdorf Goodman, but what really seems to catch the eye is her red patent leather Manolo Blahniks.
‘Disgraced’ interrogates definitions of identity and Islam in America
Amir is a successful corporate lawyer living a version of the American Dream, who has turned his back on the Muslim faith of his parents.
BWW Interviews: Debut of the Month - Hari Dhillon Talks Provocative Role in DISGRACED
Hari Dhillon makes his Broadway debut in Ayad Akhtar's Pulitzer Prize winning play Disgraced, the story of a successful Muslim-American lawyer and his wife.
Josh Radnor, Gretchen Mol on Their Complex Play 'Disgraced'
The actors joined playwright Ayad Akhtar to discuss the first plays they attended, plus, the twists and turns of their new show.
Religion, Race, and a Broadway Hit: The Making of ‘Disgraced’
At the heart of Ayad Akhtar’s acclaimed play ‘Disgraced’ is a dinner party that spirals into all kinds of hell over an argument over Islam and Judaism.
Pulitzer Prize-Winning DISGRACED on Broadway
Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play DISGRACED, which had a critically acclaimed off-Broadway run at Lincoln Center’s Claire Tow Theatre in 2012, will open on the Great White Way in the fall.
Ayad Akhtar: On Muslim identity, and life in America
To appreciate the relevance of playwright Ayad Akhtar’s work, you need look no further than two eerie coincidences that shadowed his debut drama, DISGRACED The play, which portrays the downfall of a Muslim American lawyer, won the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 2013.
Kimberly Senior will direct 'DISGRACED' on Broadway
Kimberly Senior, whose resume is filled with work in Chicago theaters of all shapes and sizes, is to make her Broadway directing debut this fall, at the helm of Ayad Akhtar’s incendiary drama DISGRACED.