—TICKETS ON SALE NOV. 15—
by John Shand (Australia)
Winner of the Walkley Arts Journalism Award, Australia’s most prestigious arts writing award
directed by Robert McNamara (DC/US)
Previews: Tues Jan 2nd — Sun Jan 7th
Opening Night: Mon Jan 8th, 8pm
Performances: Jan 10th – Feb 4th, 2018
$15 – $45 | Thurs – Sat 8 pm + Sunday 3 pm
| 1333 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002
DON’T MISS THE U.S. PREMIERE OF GUILT—A POWERFUL OPERA WITHOUT MUSIC!
This exciting play tells the powerful story of a philandering priest named Grandier (1590-1634). The nuns in his convent fall in love with him—and the church believes that he has cast a spell on them. So Grandier is unmercifully burned at the stake. This riveting play traces the accusers remorse and denial over burning an innocent man. Guilt is a bold metaphor for the culture of lies, clash of religions, and rejection of human rights in modern times. Get tickets now!
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