Hailed by The New Yorker’s John Lahr as “extraordinary,” “bold,” and “inventive,” Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play is a humorous yet unsettling look at the thorny relationship between politics and religion, Ruhl examines three explosive periods in history—Elizabethan England, pre-World War II Germany and post-Vietnam War America—as three towns stage the Passion Play. Startlingly original, epic in scope yet beautifully human in its effect, Passion Play pits religious dogma, personal faith, and the realities of politics against love, beauty, and truth—all with Ruhl's signature wit, seductive theatricality, and devastating insight.
*This amateur production of “Passion Play (Ruhl)” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD.
Tickets are available to purchase at a cost of £10 per single ticket or £30 for a group of four tickets. The cost will be added to your end of term bill.
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