Ermeni

by Eric Sirakian '15

The DRAMAT 2015 Spring Ex

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October, 1970: When Armenian American college student Ani brings home her Turkish boyfriend Taner, an argument about history turns into a family crisis as Ani’s grandmother suffers a heart attack and must be hospitalized. Taner visits the old woman in the hospital to make peace with the family and to win back the girl he loves. His unexpected friendship with a genocide survivor transports him into the past, into the lost world of Diyarbakir, in a journey towards truth, reconciliation, and the revelation of a family secret that has been buried for years upon years.

Ermeni will receive its world premiere production as the 2015 DRAMAT Spring Ex at the Yale Repertory Theater. Buy your tickets at this link: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?ticketing=yale

Ermeni depicts a rape scene and some instances of violence. We understand that this subject matter can be upsetting for those who have experienced sexual violence themselves or in the lives of people they love. There are a lot of resources for support at Yale, including the SHARE center. SHARE is a confidential, 24-hour hotline (432-2000) that offers information, advocacy, and support for people dealing with sexual violence, sexual harassment, and other forms of sexual misconduct.

Please join us for a panel discussion on the centenary of the Armenian genocide, co-sponsored by the Yale Dramat and the Genocide Studies Program, featuring Prof. Jay Winter from Yale, Prof. Fatma Gocek from the University of Michigan, and Meline Toumani, author of There Was and There Was Not, in the Yale Rep lounge on March 28 at 5 pm. The panel is free of charge, and no tickets are required.
Contact the Show
at jill.carrera@yale.edu
Performances
March 26 at 8:00pm
March 27 at 8:00pm
March 28 at 2:00pm
March 28 at 8:00pm
@ Yale Repertory Theater
Reservations
Show no longer running
There is a cost of admittance to this production.
Patrons should arrive at the theater 15 minutes before the performance to claim their reservation. At the scheduled performance time, patrons will be let in off of the waitlist based on when they signed up on the YDC website. Patrons with reservations arriving after this time will be treated as if they are at the top of the waitlist. Please see the full policy here.
Cast
ManiJessica Miller
Kristine/AlvartGinna Doyle
Armen/HratchMiles Walter
Ani/Young ManiLucy Fleming
Emma/HaigRachel Okun
Taner/GuzelJacob Osborne
Officer/Gendarme 1/Boy 1Noah Konkus
Doctor/Gendarme 2/Boy 2Jack Taperell
Production Staff
WriterEric Sirakian
DirectorNoam Shapiro
ProducerJill Carrera
Stage ManagerDanielle Derlein
DramaturgEve Houghton
Assistant DirectorGian-Paul Bergeron
Costume DesignerMarisa Kaugars
Sound DesignerJanine Chow
Sound EngineerHannah Friedman
Master ElectricianAva Hunt
Associate Master ElectricianEliza Robertson
Set DesignerLidiya Kukova
Technical DirectorPaul Styslinger
Paint ChargeElizabeth Kitt
Head RiggerVivath Ly
Lighting DesignerRoger Pellegrini
Graphic DesignerClara Olshansky
Hair ArtistCharlotte Juergens
Makeup ArtistAnne Jones
Props DesignerLizzy Emanuel
Assistant Sound DesignerDanielle Lotridge
Assistant Sound EngineerJulia Hobbie
Assistant ProducerIsabel Mendia
Assistant ProducerHershel Holiday
Assistant ProducerMichaela Murphy
Assistant ProducerJessica Hernandez
Assistant ProducerAlex Alcala
Assistant Stage ManagerMichelle Yancich
Assistant Stage ManagerMaxine Dillon
Assistant Stage ManagerEllie Boswell
Lights CrewHarry Shamansky
Sets CrewRyan Simpson

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