Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, by Rajiv Joseph

General Event Information

Artist/group e-mail: 
amandaclark@usf.edu

Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo
by Rajiv Joseph
Directed by Leonardo Cirigliano

Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo by Rajiv Joseph is a philosophical exploration of human nature and the roots of good and evil. Set against the backdrop of the Iraqi War in 2003 as seen through the eyes of a captive Bengal Tiger at the Zoo, it deals with an Iraqi translator's struggle to be loyal to his people while serving the American military.

May 30 - June 1 at 8pm
June 2 at 3pm
TAR 120 in the Theatre Center on the USF Tampa Campus
Admisson is free, but donations are appreciated. All donations will go to support the Student Theatre Production Board.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS SHOW IS FOR MATURE AUDIENCES - contains adult content, gunfire and nudity

SEATING IS LIMITED - NO ADVANCE RESERVATIONS -- NO LATE SEATING

Location

USF School of Theatre and Dance, TAR 120
4202 E Fowler Ave 1st floor of the Theatre Center Building
Tampa, FL 33620
United States

Presenting Organization

Name: 
USF School of Theatre and Dance
Phone: 
813-974-2701

Ticketing Information

Phone: 
813-974-2323
Additional: 
Admisson is free, but donations are appreciated. All donations will go to support the Student Theatre Production Board, which produces student directed work throughout the academic year. DIRECTIONS TO TAR 120: Coming from 75 or 275 -- exit onto Fletcher Ave and head East -- From Fletcher Ave, turn south onto Palm Ave (into the USF campus) -- Take Palm straight, through two on campus stoplights around a large curve. -- There will be a big parking lot on your left. Park near the Theatre Center and walk through either set of glass doors and turn into the lobby of TAR 120.
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