Written by Marryna Majok
Directed by Tracy Brigden
May 13 through June 4, 2017
So much of Darja’s life has been spent waiting: for love, for her break in life, and for the bus she relies on to get to and from cleaning jobs in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Hailed as “vivid, perceptive and quietly gripping” by the New York Times, Ironbound is a riveting portrait of an independent Polish immigrant on her search for the American Dream. This gritty new play by rising star Martyna Majok explores life on the economic margins and the hope that sustains us all.
RUNNING TIME: Approximately 90 minutes; there is no intermission.
STAGE: Main Stage; this production will be in Thrust Seating with the audience on three sides of the stage.
Appropriate Ages: This production is recommended for teens and up.
Greenroom: Friday, May 26, 2017 at 8:00pm
Audio Description/Open Captioning: Sunday, June 4 at 2:00pm
ASL Interpreted Performance: Tuesday, May 30 at 7:00pm