Daughters of the Revolution archiveMichael Bern, a former campus radical and retiring community college dean, discovers that the political collective of which he was a prominent member in the 60s had been infiltrated and betrayed to the FBI by one of their own. Michael's discovery brings with it consequences for his career and marriage long after he thought that he had left his radical past behind. As he sets out on a journey to find the traitor, he must come to terms with the man he has become and the relative success, or failure, of his political ideals.


Author: David Edgar
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Archive listings for Daughters of the Revolution

Work type: Play.

Continental Divide - T02120183612

Producer Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Company Berkeley RepertoryTheatre and Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Director Tony Tacone. Design William Bloodgood. Costume Deborah M Dryden. Lighting Alexander V Nichols. Performer Tony De Bruno. Performer Michael Elich. Performer Bill Geisslinger. Performer Robynn Rodriguez. Performer Susannah Schulman. Performer Vilma Silva. Performer Derrick Lee Weeden. Performer Christine Williams. Performer Michell Duffy. Performer Marielle Heller. Performer Lorri Holt. Performer Terry Layman. Performer Craig W. Marker. Performer Jacob Ming-Trent. Performer Melissa Smith.
20 Mar 04 to 4 Apr 04Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L01342602286
6 Mar 04 to 13 Mar 04Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham :: V143
listing details L1059022374

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