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About this show

Nothing Is The Same, by Y York, originated from a series of interviews with people who were children living in Wahiawa, a rural Oahu village, at the time of the bombing. In the play, the children try to make sense of the world, and their place in it, after the attack and in the midst of intense upheaval. Their loyalty is questioned and friendships are tested, but in the end they learn what it means to belong -- to a group of friends, a community, and a country. Mark Lutwak directs.

Show Details

  • Dates:Closed on
  • Location:Seattle Children's Theatre at Seattle Center, Seattle