Cultural Event: “Disgraced” at Actor’s Theater

The Honors Program will be taking students to Grand Rapids on Friday, April 21st to see “Disgraced” at Actor’s Theater. We will be taking one van with 6 spots available. If you would prefer to transport yourself in your own vehicle, that is an option as well. Below is a description of the play.

"Disgraced" Image. Courtesy of the Actor's Theater in Grand Rapids, MI.

“Disgraced” Image. Courtesy of the Actor’s Theater in Grand Rapids, MI.

“Disgraced” – Lawyer Amir Kapoor and his wife Emily host an Upper East Side dinner. Amir is an American-born, Muslim-raised Manhattan mergers and acquisitions lawyer, while Emily is an up-and-coming artist who focuses on Islamic themes in her art. In all, the dinner table assembly includes an ex-Muslim, an African-American, a Jew and a WASP dining over the topic of religious faith. The play asks challenging questions about the nature of faith, about relationships between white and non-white races in post-9/11 America, and about the process and responsibilities of creating art.”

To sign up to attend, please fill out this form by Monday, April 10th. For more information, please visit the Actor’s Theater website or contact Allegra Damari at