In Stuart Flack's Homeland Security, Susan and her boyfriend Raj have been singled out of a line at an airport and profiled by the FBI. Fueled by moral outrage and righteous indignation, Susan is certain their civil rights have been violated, while Raj is strangely indifferent. As the two process their experience, secrets and contradictions are revealed that suggest there might just be some basis for the profiling. In the age of global terrorism, Flack's subtle and absorbing play examines the effects of heightened concern with security in the lives of everyday Americans.
Presented by InterAct Theatre Company at the Adrienne. Seth Rozin directs this Philadelphia premiere.