BCS High School Theatre presents…
“a refugee Odyssey”
ANON(ymous) is a modern-day retelling of “The Odyssey” set in the headlines of today’s refugee crisis. It’s a poetic, intensely modern story of a young refugee kid struggling to survive in contemporary America. He and his mother have escaped from their war-torn homeland, only to endure shipwreck and now, as a seeming orphan in a foreign country, he sets out to find his beloved mother and restart his life.
“Anon(ymous) is [a] stunning retelling of an epic quest.” Dominic P. Papatola, St. Paul Pioneer Press
“While immigration is one of the most polarizing political issues of the day, Iizuka’s epic poem is as timeless as America itself.” John Moore, The Denver Post
Performances are November 16, 17, 18 at 7:30pm on the BCS Greene Commons Stage.
The show is a contemporary one-act that runs approx. 80 minutes without intermission.
• General Admission: $10
• Students (with ID): $5
Tickets available at the door: cash or credit card
NOTE: This script compresses and follows the plot line of “The Odyssey”, so it is not recommended for younger children who may find elements of this show scary or confusing due to suspense, fight scenes, and