Nothing But Days

In the not-so-distant future, the nation of Inner Wall expects its men and women to earn citizenship through marriage and childbearing. As an alternate pathway to citizenship, queer people are sent to serve on the border Wall to surveil the cities beyond. Caught between the famine, death, and violence they observe daily beyond the Wall and news of brewing rebellion inside their own capital city, the queer...
In the not-so-distant future, the nation of Inner Wall expects its men and women to earn citizenship through marriage and childbearing. As an alternate pathway to citizenship, queer people are sent to serve on the border Wall to surveil the cities beyond. Caught between the famine, death, and violence they observe daily beyond the Wall and news of brewing rebellion inside their own capital city, the queer denizens of the Wall, or Qu’alls, must choose between continuing their service or joining the battle to earn their freedom.

This production contains adult language, simulated alcohol consumption, physical violence, discussion of sexual violence, auditory depiction of sexual violence, discussion or reproductive coercion, partial nudity, and intimacy on stage.
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Nothing But Days

Development History

  • Workshop
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    University of Iowa Gallery Production
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    2017