The Studio Theater Presents “Guantanamo: Honor Bound To Defend Freedom”
October 26, 2005
Washington, D.C. — Tight, tense and boldly current, Guantanamo tells the gripping true stories of four British residents imprisoned at Guantanamo and paints an unforgettable portrait of America‘s controversial prison. Guantanamo tackles one of the most significant and troubling issues of our time-the U.S. government‘s arrest and imprisonment of terrorist suspects without due process. Actor Harsh Nayyar, who played Mr. Begg, father of Guantanamo inmate Moazzam Begg, in the New York production, returns to the role at The Studio Theatre. Guantanamo: ‘Honor Bound To Defend Freedom‘ runs November 2 — December 11, 2005, at The Studio Theatre, 1501 14th Street, NW.
For more information on the play or how to purchase tickets call (202) 332-3300 or visit http://www.studiotheatre.org. Group rates are available by contacting (202) 232-7267.
Originally commissioned and produced by the Tricycle Theatre, London.
Underwritten by Marvin Weissberg, with additional support from Kay Ellen Consolver.
Cast: Leo Erickson (Lord Steyn/Rumsfeld), Yvonne Erickson (Gareth Pierce), Kaveh Haerian (Moazzam Begg), Nafees Hamid (Ruhel Ahmed), David Jackson (Clive Stafford Smith/ Jack Straw), Andrew Stewart Jones (Jamal al Harith), Omar Koury (Wahab al Rawi), John Michael MacDonald (Tom Clark), Ramiz Monsef (Bisher/Mori), Harsh Nayyar (Mr. Begg), Dikran Tulaine (Gregg Powell/ Mark Jennings).
Director and Designers: Serge Seiden (Director), Giorgos Tsappas (Set Designer), Michael Giannitti (Lighting Designer), Reggie Ray (Costume Designer), Gil Thompson (Sound Designer).