Cry Havoc

Author: Tom Coash

Cry Havoc

Description: Set in present day Cairo, CRY HAVOC explores the troubled relationship between the western world and the Islamic Middle East; cultural imperialism, religious fundamentalism, political repression, and personal sexuality are deftly unfolded in this tender and shocking play about the dissolution of a loving relationship between a British expatriate writer and his young Egyptian lover.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2003
Date Added: 6/14/2015
Content Advisory: Includes male nudity (can be optional) and strong language
1 Act, 105 Minutes
1 Female, 2 Males

NOTE: Cry Havoc is fully protected by copyright law and is subject to royalty. All inquiries concerning production, publication, reprinting or use of this play in any form should be addressed to Rochelle at rd@indietheaternow.com.

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Keywords: Characters are Mostly Seniors · Drama · Gay and Lesbian · Naturalism/Realism · Protests · Racial Identity/Relationships · Religion and Spirituality · Small Cast Size · Social Issues · Social Justice · Torture

Original Production Information

CRY HAVOC received its world premiere at the InterAct Theatre, Philadelphia, Jan. 2003 with the following cast and credits:

Mohammed El Masri: Piter Fattouche
Nicholas Field: Tom Byrn
Ms. Nevers: Maureen Torsney-Weir

Director: Seth Rozin
Dramaturg: Larry Loebell
Stage Manager: Brady Gonsalves
Sound Design: Nick Rye
Lighting Design: Peter Whinnery
Set Design: Daniel Boylen
Costume Design: Karen Ledger