Performance Date: June 26 (7:00 PM)

Venue: The Ellington Room in NYC.

Synopsis: In 1950, a Western Shoshone teenager fleeing his boarding school hides in a barn owned by a family of Sikh immigrants, each must risk their safety to trust the other.Save the Man is based in part on true life experiences from the playwright's grandfather, who was Western Shoshone, and forced to attend an American Indian boarding school when he was a child.

CASTING: A STAGED READING presented by The Alternative Theater Company and StagedotOrg under AEA guidelines (union/nonunion) to take place at the Duke Ellington Room near Times Square for a selected group of invited guests and agents.