The Devils Between Us
By Sharifa Yasmin
December 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 2021
William Inge Memorial Theatre
For Latifa, a trans woman who came of age in the American South, a return to her childhood home means revisiting her roots, her Muslim religion, and a shared trauma that tore apart teenage lovers. When Latifa comes sputtering into George’s auto shop and life, the surprising reunion leaves them conflicted and yearning for closure. Her return presents an opportunity to close a chapter in her life with the burial of her father and to push an old friend to explore his values. In turn George shares an unlikely way he always stayed part of Latifa’s life and begins his journey to self-acceptance.
This production includes adult language, sexual themes, and descriptions of violence against the LGBTQ+ community. It is not appropriate for all audiences. For more information please visit Devils Between Us Resources. Strobe lights are used briefly in this production.
Directed by Cara Hinh
Scenic Design by Dave Wanner
Costume Design by Cassandra Ludlum
Lighting Design by McKenzie Needham
Sound Design by Kayleigh Shaffer
Dramaturgy by Marzieh Ashrafian
Intimacy Choreography by Jenise Cook
Assistant Directed by Webster McDonald
Stage Management by India MacDonald
George - Chris Pendry
Barb - Isabella Lind
Latifa - Elle Walker
Hunter - Jordan J. Ray
- We have scheduled some pre- and post-show discussions. Visit Devils Between Us Resources for more information.
- Due to the intimate nature of the Inge Theatre there will be no late seating for this production.
- All patrons must wear a mask while attending performances. Vaccinations are strongly encouraged for all patrons. Visit Protect KU for more information.
- All drinking fountains in Murphy Hall have been turned off. Patrons are encouraged to bring reusable water bottles. A filtered water dispenser is now available in the main lobby.