Nilaja Sun's No Child at the Kirk Douglas Theatre





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Uploaded on Mar 20, 2008

Writer/performer Nilaja Sun and director Hal Brooks discuss their show "No Child," playing at the Kirk Douglas Theatre through April 13.

When No Child... opened at a tiny off-Broadway theatre, word quickly spread about Nilaja Sun's galvanizing performance in her true-to-life play set in a New York City high school. With lighting-quick reflexes and startling energy, Sun unlocks the potential of her wayward students, inspiring them to transcend their surroundings and dream of something beyond the metal detectors at the door.

Called "theatrically riveting" by Variety, No Child... is an exuberant, thoroughly funny piece about the collaborative power of the arts — and the influence one dynamic, determined teacher can have in altering the lives of her students.

March 6 to April 13, 2008
Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City, CA


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