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A modern riff on the 15th-century morality play Everyman, this is the story of “Everybody,” and their journey through life’s greatest mystery—the meaning of living. Representing the randomness of life and death, some of the cast are assigned roles by lottery during the show, creating a unique viewing experience each night. We have to do it that way, it says so in the script.
Finalist for the 2018 Pulitzer Prize!
“[Everybody] fills the heart in a new and unexpected way.” -The New Yorker
“… provocative and involving, it is also funny. Wildly funny, in fact.” -Huffington Post
“…[a] very meta and saucy adaptation…” -Time Out NY
The Digital Age has given humanity access to radical equality, effortless connection, and unprecedented intimacy. It has also served as a driver of detachment, alienation, and unbridled anger. Celebrated playwright Caryl Churchill examines these ideas and more through a kaleidoscope of 49 scenes – in just 90 minutes – featuring people from all walks of life, each asking the biggest of questions: What does it mean to be human? Directed by Company Member Emily Chase (Eight Nights).
From the iconic playwright of Cloud 9 and Top Girls!
“A work that ingeniously and exhaustively mirrors our age of the splintered attention span… A thought-churning, deeply poignant play.” – The New York Times
“Churchill suggests, with compassionate urgency, that our insatiable appetite for knowledge needs to be informed by our capacity for love.” – The Guardian
COVID MASK GUIDELINES
Audiences are required to be masked indoors for all matinee performances: Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm.
Audiences are encouraged to wear masks at all performances and any time they are inside the Kiki & David Gindler Performing Arts Center. Masks are not required for evening performances.
Masking requirements may change before you arrive at the theatre. Be prepared to follow any instructions provided by staff or signage once you arrive on site.
EXTENDED – Added Performances Through July 30, 2023!
“Be not afeard. The isle is full of noises,
Sounds and sweet airs that give delight and hurt not.”
Prospero, the rightful Duke of Milan, now in exile on a deserted island, conjures a magical storm to wreak havoc on those who betrayed him, and when his daughter falls in love with one of the shipwrecked nobles, the past must be confronted and a new future must be contemplated.
Romance, revenge, and raucous comedy combine in Shakespeare’s timeless tale of heartfelt reconciliation. Antaeus Company Member Nike Doukas (The Hothouse) helms this production featuring original music, live musicians, and wondrous surprises.
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