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The Sorcerers

Members say: Clever, Great acting, Great writing, Absorbing, Great staging
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Theater for the New City presents the world premiere of a play about xenophobia, interracial marriage, Belgium, and witchcraft.

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In this modern Strindbergian play, a Caucasian European photojournalist from a liberal family goes to Africa for work and falls in love with an African woman. He brings her back to Belgium and marries her, but they're not prepared for the resistance they experience from his relatives and Belgian society. Suddenly, his wife develops a mysterious ailment. Could someone be casting a spell on her?

 

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Absorbing, Clever, Great acting, Great writing, Great staging

See it if You like to find out about new forms of theater: unconventional m, audacious , violent.

Don't see it if You prefer Broadway productions