Underground Railway Theater and Playwrights’ Theatre at Boston University bring the powerful folk parable, Ti-Jean & His Brothers, to Cambridge. A Caribbean family is in crisis: three brothers are pulled into a dangerous game with the Devil in this fanciful, dark, and ultimately hopeful story of battling despair through fierce humor and love. Ti-Jean & His Brothers celebrates resourcefulness over oppression, and of overcoming injustice through ingenuity and faith.
In commemoration of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, and in celebration of Boston Playwrights’ Theatre’s 30th anniversary, and of its founder, Caribbean playwright Derek Walcott.
- Sara Ossana Set Design
- Katherine O’Neil Costume Design
- Lucas Garrity Lighting Design
- Erin Kiernan Properties Coordination
- Jean Appolon Choreographer
- Dominique D. Burford Stage Manager
- Amanda Sheehan Assistant Stage Manager
- Denise Washington Assistant to the director
- Danny Bryck Dialect Coach
- Phil Berman Dramaturg
- Carey Dardompre Lobby Installation
- Curator Mandy Hogan Lobby Installation
- Alison R. Klejna Lobby Installation