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Fordham Theatre’s Satellites

Thursday, February 21
8 – 9:30 p.m.
Pope Auditorium
Lowenstein Center, Lincoln Center Campus 113 W 60th St
New York, NY 10023
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Satellites is the third production in Fordham Theatre Program’s 2018–2019 Mainstage Season.

by: Diana Son
Directed by: Sonoko Kawahara

Is our increasingly diverse society breaking down? Are we struggling to find communities (even at home) in which to feel accepted and loved? And how does a world with fewer and fewer gender norms support those who are breaking the ones that are left? Fordham Theatre continues these fractious and important conversations through its upcoming production of Satellites, by the award-winning playwright Diana Son.

What happens when Nina, a Korean American architect, married to Miles, an African American producer, moves with their baby into a Brooklyn neighborhood that’s resisting gentrification? What happens when parenthood, marriage, work, and culture clash in a melting pot that seems to be melting down?

Featuring: Brendan Downey, Miles Gutierrez-Riley, Carol Jeong, Natalia Lee, Olivia Spenard, and Keyon Terrell

Scenic Design: Ntokozo Fuzunina Kunene
Lighting Design: Reza Behjat
Costume Design: Elizabeth Ryan
Sound Design: Fan Zhang
Asso. Scenic Design: Isabel Loughlin
Asst. Costume Design: Alyssa Rosenberg
Asst. Director: Claire Talbott

Production Stage Manager: Gwen Sewell
Asst. Stage Manager: Sydnee Peterson
Asst. Stage Manager: Emma McSharry

Opening night: On February 21, join us for our opening night party immediately following the performance.

Phone: 212-636-6340
Box Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 1 – 5 p.m., in general, and one hour before the performance (7 p.m.) on performance days
Please provide your name, the date of the show you wish to attend, and the number and type of desired tickets.

General Admission: $15
Fordham Faculty, Alumni, Staff: $10
Students* and Senior Citizens: $5
Fordham Theater Majors/Minors: FREE
*must have valid I.D.

(Take the A/B/C/D or 1 to Columbus Circle)

This event is open to alumni, faculty/staff, parents, students, and the public.