Mirage's production of CEDARS partners with organizations American Indian Artists as Associate Producer and with Red Eagle Soaring Native Youth Theatre, producer of its first professional premiere in Seattle.
Conceived and adapted for the stage by director June Prager, Distant Survivors is based on Holocaust poetry by William Heyen. The play explores man's attempt to fathom the evil that spurred the Holocaust and confronts the condition in mankind that allowed it to happen.
Irish playwright Gardner McKay’s romantic comedy predates email, cell phones, and Match.com; it’s a world of slow mail and slow courtship. It’s about and personal identity and how technology, ambition, and city life has affected the quality of life for most of us.
The work currently being developed is dramatic fiction based on accounts about women as victim and survivor of human trafficking in its various forms.