I Call My Brothers
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Rivendell Theatre
5779 N. Ridge Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Drama
Runs Jan 06Feb 02, 2019

Stockholm, Sweden. A car bomb rocks the peaceful city, and leaves the Arab-Swedish Amor on guard and on edge. But he doesn’t have time to let his fear get the best of him; he’s got places to be. As Amor attempts to run his errand and grapple with his own anxieties, we follow him through a fraught 24 hours, cautiously navigating the city he calls home. Balancing paranoia and humor, Jonas Khemiri’s nuanced account dares us to question our own perceptions and prejudices, while offering a singular and harrowing take on the labyrinth of global identity politics.

By Jonas Hassen Khemiri
Translated by Rachel Willson-Broyles
Directed by Abhi Shrestha

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