“…beautifully performed by the actors and chillingly accompanied by the composer and instrumentalist…” —The New York Times

Asiimwe Deborah Kawe and Sean Christopher Lewis
Directed by Katie Pearl
Starring Christopher McLinden and Patrick J. Ssenjovu
June 7th – July 1st
Tuesdays – Saturdays @ 8 PM | Sundays @ 7 PM
Performances @ 101 Greenwich Street, 9th Floor
All tickets $15 for performances prior to June 9th

Inside 20,000 square feet of vacant downtown office space, site-specific juggernaut En Garde Arts presents a transportive new work asking: who has the right to tell a story and why? Red Hills invites audiences to travel from an NGO presentation by David Zosia, American author and self-proclaimed expert on Rwandan history, to the fields of Rwanda to meet God’s Blessing, a Rwandan Tour guide. Travel back to 1994 and experience these two men from vastly different cultures as they relive the events of their first meeting during the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. A collaboration between similarly diverse playwrights, Ugandan Asiimwe Deborah Kawe and American Sean Christopher Lewis, Red Hills invites you to bear witness as two men face long-buried memories, confront ghosts of their pasts, and question who owns history.