• This Show Has Ended.

    You are looking at a listing for a show that is no longer running.

  • On Broadway

Ayad Akhtar’s play Disgraced, which won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, comes to the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway. Disgraced premiered at Chicago’s American Theater Company and received its Off-Broadway premiere in October 2012 at Lincoln Center Theater’s Claire Tow Theater.

Preview: Sep. 27, 2014   Open: Oct. 23, 2014

  • Disgraced Lincoln Center Montage


    Amir Kapoor Hari Dhillon Emily Gretchen Mol Isaac Josh Radnor Jory Karen Pittman


    Written by Ayad Akhtar Director Kimberly Senior Set Designer John Lee Beatty Costume Designer Jennifer Von Mayrhauser Lighting Designer Kenneth Posner Sound Designer Jill BC DuBoff

    In Disgraced, playwright Ayad Akhtar offers a portrait of a man who, as he becomes a success in America, begins to lose his connection to his roots. The man, Amir Kapoor (Hari Dhillon), a thriving Pakistani-American attorney who finds that he is quickly moving up the corporate ladder, seems to have everything that he needs. But he’s also loosing something very dear to him, his cultural roots. When Amir and his wife Emily (Gretchen Mol), a white artist who is influenced by Islamic artwork, host a dinner party, what begins as a friendly conversation spirals into an evening fraught with biased observations, damaging interactions, and hurtful revelations. Disgraced is a drama about finding your way in a new land while keeping true to the essence of who you are.
  • Discounts are available on this show!
    Please Inquire.
    Call 1-800-922-0716
    or contact us here.