No One is Forgotten, a new play by Winter Miller, will have its world premiere Off-Broadway this summer, produced by special arrangement with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. Written and directed by Miller, and inspired by her time as a journalist, her newest work is an examination of intimacy, surrender, and the will to live.
No One is Forgotten will have a limited engagement July 8–27 at Rattlestick. Casting and a full creative team will be announced at a later date.
In No One Is Forgotten, Lali and Beng are being held somewhere. They don't know where in the world they are, how long they've been missing, or if they're ever getting out.
Miller is a founding member of the Obie-winning 13P collective. In addition to In Darfur, which debuted at The Public Theater and received an encore performance the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, her plays include The Penetration Play (13P), Spare Rib, Look At Us, The Arrival, Conspicuous, and the musical Amandine.
No One is Forgotten has been developed at The Lark, Magic Theater, Salt Lake Acting Company, National New Play Network, New York Stage and Film, Unicorn Theatre, and LAByrinth. Learn more about the play here and at wintermiller.com/noif.