Playwright/performer Susanne Sulby shines a light on the horrors of war through the lives of three women: a mother, a reporter, and a POW
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Although the details differ from war to war, they all have one thing in common: victims. In Sanctuary, playwright/performer Susanne Sulby inhabits the lives of three women—a mother, a war correspondent, and a POW—and uses their perspectives and stories to paint a picture of the horrors of battle and the need for safety, solace, and escape. Sulby pulls off quite a lot by herself, but she’s got some help, too. The multimedia performance incorporates emails from soldiers, projections of landscapes and sets, the poetry of Rumi, and stirring footage from the many conflicts that have scarred the last century. But there’s more than sorrow here: with Sanctuary, Sulby, director Stephen Stahl, and the rest of the team hope they can help to break the cycle of violence.