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Leatherstocking to present ‘Homeland Security’

COOPERSTOWN – Leatherstocking Theatre Company is proud to present the northeast premiere of Stuart Flack’s “Homeland Security.” The show runs July 26-30 at 8 p.m. and on July 27 and 30 at 2 p.m. Tickets are available by calling the box office at 607-547-1363, or visiting www.leatherstockingtheatre.org.

 “Homeland Security” is an overwhelmingly prescient play that explores the issues of trust, civil liberties, fear and prejudice that prevails in the post 9/11 world. A young inter-racial couple – Susan, a “neo-hippie, Jewish, liberal, do-gooding” woman, and Raj, an American-born doctor of Indian descent – is pulled out for questioning at an airport.

Thomas, an African-American FBI agent, is charged with determining if Raj is an innocent American, or a security threat. As the web of the FBI’s investigation widens and continues, every aspect of the couple’s lives and relationships is scrutinized.

Without endorsing any political agenda, “Homeland Security” cuts to the heart of today’s issues; exploring the emotional and psychological affects on individuals, brought on by the fear, suspicion and distrust inherent in living with current international angst about terrorism. “Homeland Security” removes partisanship from the discussion and focuses its dramatic and insightful eye on the human impact of living in a terrified society.


 


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