In 2004, armed Chechen rebels stormed a school in Beslan, Russia, taking over 1,100 people hostage. It ended three days later with 700 people injured and 334 people dead; 186 of them children.
How do we begin to discuss the atrocity of Terrorism? How does it affect us? How does it affect our kids?
Us/Them is a haunting, surprising, always captivating account of the siege as told by two hostage students. It offers a child's understanding of coping with trauma and why people commit unthinkable acts.
Mature Themes. Appropriate for ages 13 to Adult.
Each performance will offer a post-show discussion, led by a licensed trauma counselor from Centene Corporation.
Directed by Katy Tye
Kristen Lazarchick and Eric Berg
by Kateri Cale
Manager is Mikaela Brookes
by Randall Bonifay
by Ryan Burkle
by Claire Carson
and Costumes by the Company
Office and Patron Outreach by Sarah Anderson
September 6-21, 2019
$10 Students & Adults 65+
Free for Military & First Responders
STUDENT MATINEE GROUP TICKETS: Only $10 each and include one free Adult
admission with every 10 students, a post-show talkback, plus takeaway
information and class activites for Teachers. (Prices
for Student Groups honored for any scheduled performance. Please make prepaid
reservations or pre-purchase online tickets so that we expect your group.
Online fee will be added.
The Bath House Cultural Center
521 East Lawther Drive
Dallas, TX 75218
WEEK 1: Thursday, September 5 / 8pm PWYC PREVIEW
(Book Preview via email or phone. Pay at Door.)
Friday, September 6 / 8pm OPENING NIGHT
Saturday, September 7 / 8pm Opening Weekend
WEEK 2: Friday, September 13 / 8pm
Saturday, September 14 / 2pm Matinee
Saturday, September 14 / 8pm
WEEK 3: Tuesday, September 17 / 1:30pm School Matinee
Wednesday, September 18 / 1:30 School Matinee
Friday, September 20 / 8pm
Saturday, September 21 / 2pm Matinee
Saturday, September 21 / 8pm CLOSING NIGHT