Honey Brown Eyes at the Clurman Theater

Working Theater presents Stefanie Zadravec's Honey Brown Eyes at Theatre Row's Clurman Theater on 16 Jan 2011, following previews from 9 Jan, and running through to 6 Feb 2011.

Honey Brown Eyes is Ms. Zadravec's play about how the lives of two friends - both members of a rock and roll band when they were young - are intertwined anew as they find themselves on opposite sides of the war in Bosnia, one a militiaman, the other a Muslim resister.

With the lives of loved ones at stake, Honey Brown Eyes - set in two kitchens during the notorious 20th-century conflict in the former Yugoslavia - depicts not only the day-to-day toll war takes on families and communities, but the far-reaching effect of American pop culture on people half a world away.

Directed by Erica Schmidt, Honey Brown Eyes features Edoardo Ballerini, Daniel Sauli, Sue Cremin, Gene Gillette, Beatrice Miller and Marcia Haufrecht.

The creative team features set design by Laura Jellinek, lighting design by Jeff Croiter, sound design by Bart Fasbender, and costume design by Emily Rebholz.

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