By Naomi Iizuka

Direction: Chelsea Burke

Scene Design: Van Montes

Costume Design: Tallie Pugh

Lighting Design: Michael Crevoisier

Sound Design: Justice Craig

Props Designer: Melanie Michelle Kiser

Technical Direction: Preston Spence

Intimacy/Movement Choreographer: Stephanie “Tippi” Hart

Dialect Coach: Nicole Cowans

Production Stage Manager: Breanna Swain

About “Anon(ymous)”

Anon, a young refugee from a faraway land, travels across the U.S. searching for some semblance of home and memories of the mother from whom he was separated long ago. Anon’s experiences are both brutal and beautiful, including encounters with a terrifying one-eyed butcher, an unnerving and alluring bartender, and the threat of losing himself in the storm—but also, unexpected friendship and the comfort of supernatural aid. A powerful modern take on Homer’s “Odyssey,” Anon(ymous) explores the enduring themes of identity, coming-of-age and the shifting nature of home in the face of displacement.