Nothing is the Same
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The play follows four children in 1940s Hawaii whose lives are forever changed when they are forced from an innocent game of marbles into the terrifying reality of bombers overhead, teargas and bigotry. They try to make sense of the world, and their place in it, in the midst of intense upheaval. Loyalty is questioned and friendships are tested, but in the end, they learn what it means to belong to a group of friends, a community, and a country.
Nothing is the Same was the result of an oral history project supported by TCG/Pew Charitable Trusts. The play premiered at the Honolulu Theatre for Youth after being developed at the Kennedy Center’s New Visions/New Voices Festival. After touring for two seasons in Hawaii, the original production moved to Seattle Children's Theatre for an additional three months.
Presented as part of the 2018 Theater for Young Audiences program serving more than 2,000 school children from around Southern California. Are you an educator? Register your class to attend Nothing is the Same by completing the online form. Join us for multiple FREE public events being held in conjuntion with this production - please scroll down for schedule and descriptions!
ONLINE STUDY GUIDE INCLUDING SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES, DISCUSSION QUESTIONS AND CORE CURRICULUM TIE-INS.
About Tim Dang
Tim Dang was Producing Artistic Director of East West Players from 1993 through 2016, making himself and his company among the most highly regarded in the Los Angeles theatrical community. He is the recipient of Ovation Awards for directing Pacific Overtures and for directing and producing Sweeney Todd.