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by Naomi Iizuka

Directed by Stephanie Lein Walseth

November 1 - 19, 2023​

at Park Square Theatre

About Anon(ymous).

Tempest-tossed and lost at sea, a young refugee called Anon embarks on a harrowing journey across the United States to find his mother. Based on Homer’s epic poem, The Odyssey, Anon(ymous) weaves together ancient truths and contemporary realities about re-membering one’s identity and finding home in a strange new land. 

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Performance and Ticketing Information

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November 1 - 19, 2023

  • Previews: November 1-2

  • Opening Performance: November 3

  • Wednesday-Saturday evening shows at 7:30 p.m.

  • Sunday matinees at 2 p.m.


Every performance is Pay as You Are Able in accordance with our Mission and Core Values.

Seating is General Admission. Doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain.

For box office questions email:

Covid-19 Policy

Audience Vaccination policy
It is no longer required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative test results to attend performances.

Audience Mask Policy

Masks are required for all Thursday and Sunday performances of Antigonick.

Audience Responsibility

We ask that guests stay home if they are sick or exposed to COVID-19. Please contact the box office to transfer your tickets to another performance, donate your tickets, or request a refund. Contact the ticket office at


We will continue to update this page as we gather new information and will share pertinent updates through email and social media. Please check back as the details and requirements may change.

Thank you for your support and adaptability and we look forward to seeing you at the theatre!

Venue Information

Anon(ymous) will be performed at Park Square Theatre, located at 20 W 7th Pl, St Paul, MN 55102.

For directions or parking information, visit Park Square Theatre’s website. If you are able, please arrive 30 minutes early to allow for parking.

About the Playwright

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Naomi Iizuka

Naomi lizuka is a playwright and television writer. In addition to ANON(YMOUS), her plays include 36 VIEWS, POLAROID STORIES, AT THE VANISHING POINT, LANGUAGE OF ANGELS, SKIN, TATTOO GIRL, THE LAST FIRELY, CITIZEN 13559, CONCERNING STRANGE DEVICES FROM THE DISTANT WEST, and SLEEP (in collaboration with RipeTime). Her plays have been produced at theatres across the country including BAM’s Next Wave Festival, Berkeley Rep, the Goodman, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, the Guthrie, Cornerstone, Children’s Theater Company, the Public Theater, and Campo Santo + Intersection for the Arts. lizuka is an alumna of New Dramatists and the recipient of a PEN/Laura Pels Award, an Alpert Award, a Whiting Award, a Stavis Award from the National Theatre Conference, a Joyce Foundation Award, a Hodder Fellowship, a Jerome Fellowship, and a McKnight Advancement Grant. She was a Berlind Playwright-in-Residence at Princeton University. In television, Iizuka has written for THE TERROR: INFAMY (AMC), TOKYO VICE (HBO Max), and BOSCH: LEGACY (Amazon). Upcoming is THE SYMPATHIZER (HBO) based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Viet Than Nguyen. She is currently working on a new musical. In 2024, San Francisco’s Magic Theatre will produce a double bill of her Play On Shakespeare adaptation of RICHARD II and a new play entitled GARUDA’S WING. Iizuka heads the MFA Playwriting program at UC San Diego where she has mentored playwrights including Lauren Yee, Jeff Augustin, Liliana Padilla, Steph Del Rosso, Dave Harris, Vivian Barnes, Keiko Green, Ankita Raturi, Preston Choi, Agyeiwaa Asante, and Milo Cramer, among others.

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