Related Program: Current State MSU production explores widows anguish and hope By Current State • Sep 19, 2013 Related Program: Current State TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 11:47 Ariel Dorfman's 'Widows,' was influenced by the “disappearing” of Chilean men during the Pinochet regime. In his play, a village of women band together to defy the nation's military. Credit Wikimedia Commons The MSU Department of Theatre is presenting the play “Widows” through this weekend. The director of the play is Ann Folino White, Assistant Professor of Theatre at MSU. She joined us to discuss the play based on Chilean author Ariel Drofman's work. Tags: cs130919MSUtheaterTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Current State #162 | September 19, 2013 3 years ago In Detroit, scholar updates fiscal conditions of key U.S. cities 3 years ago Lansing's Knapp's building part of cities resurgence 3 years ago Michigan native wants a one-way ticket to Mars 3 years ago Lansing landmark a 'Temple' for creativity 3 years ago View the discussion thread.