On Stage




March 31–April 18, 2010 
By Winter Miller 
Directed by Derek Goldman

Based on true events, this impeccably researched chronicle of the unfolding genocide in Sudan is a searing story of humanitarian urgency and compromised journalistic ethics.  Can one woman's story stand for the plight of a nation?  And what are the costs of mobilizing world opinion? 

"Compelling production" - Washington City Paper


"Triple-threat casting makes this a powerhouse production" - DC Theatre Scene


"Must be seen" - Channel 69







Dates to note:
April 15 at 7:30:  Open Captioning
April 2, 7 and 14 at 12 Noon: Weekday Matinees






 Jessica Francis Dukes

Rahaleh Nassri

 Erika Rose

 Deidra LaWan Starnes




 Lucas Beck

 Carl James

 Brandon White


The playwright, Winter Miller:

 Winter Miller's play, In Darfur, has been developed by The Guthrie Theater, The Public Theater, Geva Theater, and The Playwrights Center. The play was the recipient of the Guthrie’s “Two-Headed Challenge” in 2006. Ms. Miller traveled with New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof to the Sudan border to interview genocide survivors. "

You can find out more about Winter Miller and the development of In Darfur on her website.


To learn more about the current situtation in Darfur, Sudan here are a variety of resources:

A brief history of the War in Darfur on Wikipedia

Eyes on Darfur (Amnesty International)

Darfur Crisis (International Rescue Committee)

Darfur Information Center

 - In partnership with a variety of organizations we will be offering a series of free post show discussions.  

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