"Naturalized Woman," written by Professor Domnica Radulescu and directed by Kimberly Jew, played over Reading Days at the Cabrini Theater in New York City. It will premiere on the W&L campus at the Stackhouse Theater on Thursday, Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. No tickets are required."Naturalized Woman" is a surrealist romp through a contemporary US immigration office. Nina, a Romanian immigrant, seeks to discover her American dream while calling on other women - both real and imaginary - for strength, wisdom and laughter. Based in part on her award-winning novel, Train To Trieste, Domnica Radulescu’s newest play offers a comic treatment of a serious dilemma: how does one remain whole when one is without a home?