It’s 2003 and two US marines are left with an Iraqi interpreter to guard the Baghdad zoo, which has been decimated by American forces. Left behind, the titular tiger is a lead character in Rajiv Joseph’s Pulitzer-nominated drama. (Robin Williams played the part during the show’s 2011 Broadway run.) Various characters die violently in a juxtaposition of war zone drama with surreal bits of the afterlife. (Saddam Hussein’s maniacal son Uday appears as one of several ghosts.) The 2009 play is getting a single-weekend performance at AS220 courtesy of Romp of Otters, Brown’s graduate theater community.