New York City
“And good and evil deeds are not alike. Repel evil with good.
And he who is your enemy will become your dearest friend.”
– Qur’an (41:33-34)
The theatre that became a nightmare. The nightmare that became a living hell. Grounded in the tragic events of the 2002 Moscow theatre hostage crisis, and told through an innovative blend of soliloquy and traditional narrative, Goodnight, Don’t Be Afraid tells of terror, our destructive desire to fight violence with violence and the human spirt’s monumental capacity for kindness in the face of hatred.