American playwright J.T. Rogers has written a spy-versus-spy play set in 1980s Afghanistan, laced with black humor, and filled with richly drawn character studies. The play's cat-and-mouse game begins with a CIA agent arriving to begin his mission to fund Afghan freedom fighters. This new play, directed by Bartlett Sher, looks back at that time with the wry hindsight that America's thirty years in the region brings.
Michael Aronov, Jeremy Davidson, Robert Hogan, Jefferson Mays, Andrés Munar, Paul Niebanck, John Procaccino, Liv Rooth, Gabriel Ruiz, Pej Vahdat, Andrew Weems, Bernard White