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Love in Afghanistan (A Romantic Adventure)

A romantic adventure about two lovers in a war torn land.

From resident playwright Charles Randolph-Wright (Blue, Cuttin’ Up) comes a daring world premiere drama set to take audiences on a thrilling, romantic adventure in a chaotic land. Meet Duke and Roya, two fantastically different people discovering love in the most unlikely of places: war-torn Afghanistan. One, an emerging hip-hop artist, the other, a high-level Afghan interpreter, both fight to navigate the pitfalls of romance amid the cultural land mines of religious differences and political unrest. Read the Washington Post review at Arena Stage's website:

http://www.arenastage.org


 

 

This performance will be held in the Kogood Cradle.

Tickets: We have a discounted price of $61 including all fees if you use the promo code LOVEBOUND. Call the box office at[masked], Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Public Transportation: Arena Stage is a short walk from the Waterfront Metro Station on the green line.

Parking: Arena Stage has a parking lot under the theatre for $18. There are meters on the street. After 6 p.m you can park for an unlimited number of hours but you must pay until 9 p.m.

There will be a social gathering and a meal before the show. Details will be e-mailed to confirmed ticket holders on or about November 1.



 

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  • Darlene

    The smallest of the 3 Arena Stage theaters, the floor of the Arlene and Robert Kogod Cradle does not touch the adjacent walls. Instead, to ensure acoustic isolation, it sits on 20 separate isolation pads, each the size of a shoebox. Beautiful acoustically sound, wooden basket-weaved walls in lush eggplant colors, only 200 seats. See this world premiere drama in this intimate space!

    July 26, 2013

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Baltimore, MD

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