What must America look like to someone who's spent most of his life in an African refugee camp? Since Africa is the story of Ater - a "Lost Boy of Sudan" - and the two volunteers who try to acclimate him to life in urban America: Diane, a recently widowed socialite, and Reggie, an African-American Deacon in the Catholic Church. As the three clash and tangle, they confront some difficult questions about identity, loss, ritual, and grief. Since Africa is a uniquely American story about the search for where we belong. There is no performance on Thursday, October 26. Instead, a 7:00 PM performance is scheduled for Wednesday, October 25.