by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
December 2, 3, 4*, 6, 7, 8, 2022
William Inge Memorial Theatre
Random is not random. Chance is not by chance. These themes are explored in this modern adaptation of the 15th century morality play. Each night the audience will choose which member of an ensemble cast will face Death and who will play the people, things, and morals of which their life (was) comprised. With quick, offbeat humor and contemporary dialogue, the play shines a spotlight on that terrifying, illusive, question that we have all had to face, especially in the last few years: what would happened if Death called? In this journey through the meaning of life, we are asked to reflect on love, friendship, materialism, religion, and regret.
Directed by Timmia Hearn DeRoy
Scenic Design by Taiane Lacerda
Costume Design by Rana Esfandiary
Lighting Design by Hazel Youngquist
Hair & Makeup Design by Quintin Castro
Dramaturgy by Brad Mathewson
Stage Management by Connor Maloney
- Due to the intimate nature of the Inge Theatre there will be no late seating for this production.
- There is no reserved seating for this production. Patrons who use wheelchairs or need seating accommodations may contact the box office to make specific arrangements.
- Patrons are encouraged to wear masks when attending performances.