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ASL performance February 6 at 7:30 pm.

By Emma Stanton
Directed by Tea Alagic

At the center of No Candy is a multi-generational community of Bosnian Muslim women who survived the Srebrenica genocide and, years later, open a gift shop for tourists who visit the Srebrenica memorial. While No Candy is very much about how trauma inhabits the body and shapes a community, it is also about the persistence of humor, art, and absurdity in an unimaginable time.

This new work was presented to enthusiastic acclaim as part of our 2017 Fall Reading Series. 


Hear Emma Stanton discuss her play No Candy.

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