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- March 10, 8pm: Preview Performance (pay-what-you-can at door)
- March 18, 8pm: Artist Talkback
Mar. 11 — Apr. 2
Jesus Hopped The “A” Train
by Stephen Adly Guirgis
Rikers Island. Two men sit in solitary confinement, 23 hours a day. Lucius Jenkins is a serial killer who awaits execution, Angel Cruz stands accused of a murder he doesn’t believe was a crime. One has found God, the other needs to find himself. Visceral, gritty, harrowing – an uncompromising drama about contradiction, contrition and hypocrisy by the author of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot.
Directed by Angela Konrad
Featuring Robert Olguin, Kerri Norris, Evan Frayne, Andrew McNee, and Carl Kennedy
Stage Management by Christie Maxson
Assistant Stage Management by Annie Jang
Sound design by Joel Stephanson
Set and lighting design by Itai Erdal
Costume design by Sabrina Evertt
Fire-breathing. A probing, intense portrait of lives behind bars, it has the courage of its intellectual restlessness. Written in flame.
~New York Times
Ventures into the terra incognita of contemporary theatre – theatrical and intellectual waters for which others lack the temerity or strength to tread. Layered with humor and passion.
STRONGEST POSSIBLE LANGUAGE
A GUEST PRODUCTION BY GLASS CITY THEATRE