Heather Raffo’s 9 PARTS OF DESIRE

October 30, 2008

Mo`olelo’s Artistic Director, Seema Sueko, is the 2008-2009 Artist-in-Residence at the Thurgood Marshall College at UCSD. As part of the College’s Human Rights and Global Citizenship Symposium, she will present a staged reading of Heather Raffo’s one-woman play 9 PARTS OF DESIRE. The reading is free but reservations are required. Details about the symposium can be found at http://provost.ucsd.edu/humanrights

9 PARTS OF DESIRE
A portrait of the extraordinary (and ordinary) lives of a whole cross-section of Iraqi women:
A sexy painter, a radical Communist, doctors, exiles, wives and lovers. This work delves into the many conflicting aspects of what it means to be a woman in the age-old war zone that is Iraq. An unusually timely meditation on the ancient, the modern and the feminine in a country overshadowed by war.

Staged reading featuring Seema Sueko
Directed by Janet Hayatshahi

Four Performances Only
Tuesday, November 18, at 6 PM and 8 PM
Wednesday, November 19, at 6 PM and 8 PM
Running time is approximately one hour

Visual Arts Facility, UCSD
Click here for map and directions http://visarts.ucsd.edu/node/view/495/

Parking
Visitor parking is available for $1/hour at the Gilman Parking Structure near the Visual Arts Facility.
Information about visitor parking at UCSD can be found here: http://blink.ucsd.edu/Blink/External/Topics/Policy/0,1162,20015,00.html

Reservations
The performances are FREE, but reservations are requested.
To make a reservation, please email jmorris@ucsd.edu with the following information:
Your name & your guests’ names, Contact Phone #, Email address, which performance you’d like to attend.

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