Penned by Pakistani American playwright Ayad Akhtar, this Pulitzer Prize-winning drama centers around a dinner party gone terribly awry--resulting in the divulgence of deep secrets and the revelation that even the most progressive among us are not above resorting to tribalist tropes. Disgraced explores Islamophobia and what it means to be an upwardly mobile Muslim living in America. The play's protagonist, Amir Kapoor, is a lawyer who has distanced himself from his heritage in the interest of advancing his career. Aasif Mandvi--of The Daily Show fame--played Amir during the play's acclaimed off-Broadway run. Runs through Feb. 26.