Conceived and Created by Kaneza Schaal & Christopher Myers
Directed by Kaneza Schaal
Written & Designed by Christopher Myers
Produced by ArKtype/Thomas O. Kriegsmann
ON THE MAINSTAGE MAY 5-14, 2020
RECOMMENDED FOR GRADES 7-12 | AGES 12 & UP
From New York’s acclaimed ArKtype comes a bold and eloquently told story of one of the most complex issues of our time. Five young people step out from behind today’s headlines to tell the human story of mass migration. Through theatre and interactive video technology, CARTOGRAPHY reveals the plight of young refugees in search of a place to call home.
“A wonder of theater-making…honest and authentic…full of cracking story-telling.” – DC Metro
Ancestral Teaching: It takes courage and Bravery to find — against all odds — what we all crave: a place to feel safe.
Runs approx. 75 min.*
*Run time does not include the post-show Q&A that takes place immediately after most performances (with the exception of previews or cancellations due to unforeseen circumstances).
Photo & Video Gallery
Program & Study Guide
Geography; Social Sciences and Humanities; Canadian and World Studies; Language Arts/English; The Arts – Drama
7 Ancestral Teachings
Migration, Exploration, Identity, Resilience, Home, The role of storytelling
- School and Groups
2:30PM | Relaxed Performance
10:15AM | Relaxed Performance1PM