Have you ever felt like you're treading water and can barely keep afloat? Mariam knows that feeling. She's been trying to navigate her identity as an American woman who happens to be Muslim and all the baggage that everyone else seems to associate with it. Join her as she shares a peek into the secret world of Muslim women and what they're really thinking.
Written and Performed by Mariam Sobh
Directed and in Collaboration with Kim Schultz
$11 College Student (w/ valid I.D.)
$7 SC Training Center Student
50 MIN | SEATING 5 MIN PRIOR TO SHOW | NO INTERMISSION
Saturday, August 3, 2019 at 9:00 PM
Saturday, August 10, 2019 at 9:00 PM
1959 Kitchen + Bar | Share some small plates and try a few craft cocktails before the show! Located on the 2nd floor of Pipers Alley, seconds away from the theaters.
Visit our mini bar stations outside of Judy’s Beat Lounge on the 2nd Floor or Donny’s Skybox on the 4th floor for beer, wine, and cocktails before your show! There is no drink minimum at any of our theaters.
This show is not playing on or after this date.
The Second City provides accessible parking and seating at every performance. Parking is available at 230 W. North Ave. in Piper’s Alley Self Park. Each theater is equipped with wheelchair accessible and/or companion seats.
Assistive listening devices, elevator assistance, large print materials, seat assistance, and access for service animals are also available upon request.