|Written by||steve carter|
|Date premiered||January 9, 1990|
|Place premiered||Victory Gardens Theatre
|Subject||Retelling of the Medea (play)|
|Setting||c.1890s; Fictional Caribbean island.|
Pecong is a 1990 play by American playwright Steve Carter. Set "well in the past" on a fictional Caribbean island, the play tells the story of a sorceress who falls madly in love with a shallow womanizer.
- Directed by Dennis Zacek
- Produced by Victory Gardens Theatre
- Artistic Director: Dennis Zacek
- Set designer: James Dardenne
- Costume designer: Claudia Boddy
- Lighting designer: Robert Shook
- Sound designer/stage manager: Galen G. Ramsey
- Composer/percussionist: Willy Steele
- Choreographer: TC Carson
- Assistant director: Sandra Jean Verthein
Opened: January 9, 1990 at the Ruth Page Dance Center
Awards and nominations
- 1990 Jeff Award, Best New Work
- 1993 Bay Area Drama Critics Award, Best Choreography (Halifu Osumare)
Pecong is published by Broadway Play Publishing Inc.
- Carter, Steve (1993). Pecong (First ed.). New York: Broadway Play Publishing, Inc. ISBN 0-88145-107-X.
- "Lit Lounge". San Francisco, California: Hotel Metropolis. Retrieved 2009-12-05.
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