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“Don’t think all ecstasies are the same” – Rumi

Posted by Admin On January - 31 - 2014

Written by Sheri Winkelmann
Directed by Helen Young

When Sadia travels to India to volunteer with the exiled Tibetan refugee community, she never imagines that she would meet the love of her life. Caught in a whirlwind romance, her new love moves to America and they quickly marry.  Not long after the wedding, Sadia discovers a dark, twisted side to him that eventually threatens her life. Struggling to escape the physical and psychological violence that has become her daily life, she discovers the enlightened Sufi poet Rumi, whose spiritual insights guide her to freedom.

Friday, February 7th at 8pm
Saturday, February 8th at 4pm
Sunday, February 9th at 4pm

Each performance is followed by a talk-back with the playwright.

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased by clicking HERE.

To be assured seating, please purchase tickets today. There is no processing fee to buy online.

All performances held at Silk Road Rising’s home:
The Historic Chicago Temple Building, 77 W Washington St, Chicago.

Silk Road Rising is easily accessible by public transportation.

We also offer $8 discounted parking at Self Park, 230 W Washington St (corner of Washington  & Franklin, building with Cosi, 3 blocks west of the theatre).  Ask box office for a discount voucher.

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