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JoAnne Akalaitis

Published by Broadway Play Publishing

6 Male 5 Female

JoAnne Akalaitis' exploration of America as an immigrant and refugee society is complex, timely, and highly theatrical: a collage of images and events, documentary and testimony, that asks us to look again at the pressures and liberties of life in a foreign culture. GREEN CARD both describes and creates, for performers as well as audiences, the cacophony of sounds and barrage of images that confront those newly arrived in this land. The play moves from Ellis Island to Los Angeles, a city many consider the Ellis Island of the eighties. Multi-racial cast: six men, five women, minimum; unit set

Originally produced by the Mark Taper Forum

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