Aug

12

Sep

6

How We Died of Disease-Related Illness

by Miranda Rose Hall

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About the Play

How We Died Of Disease-Related Illness is an absurdist comedy about the epidemic of American paranoia amidst the threat of epidemic disease. The play takes place in an American isolation ward after a U.S. citizen returns with an un-named illness from an un-named foreign country. An all-too-real present day crisis gets imaginatively upended on a seriocomic playground.

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Miranda Rose Hall (Playwright)

Miranda Rose Hall is a playwright from Baltimore, MD. She has presented work in DC (Kennedy Center Page-to-Stage and Georgetown University), Baltimore (Center Stage), and Anchorage. She is resident playwright with LubDub Theatre in NYC, and an MFA student at the Yale School of Drama.   

Theater

Longacre Lea

Performing at
Callan Theatre
3801 Harewood Road, NE
Washington, DC 20017

202-460-2188

http://www.longacrelea.org

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