By Robert Schenkkan
Directed by Tyler Nichols, MFA Directing Candidate
The rural South, present day. Geordi has just been released from prison. He and his wife, Terri, a member of the Holiness Way sect, struggle to re-build their marriage. One night in service, Geordi is bitten by a snake and dies. Three days later, before the astonished eyes of the congregation, Geordi resurrects. What happened to Geordi? Who gets saved? Who gets forgiven? American playwright Robert Schenkkan won the 1992 Pulitzer Prize for The Kentucky Cycle.
Tickets and Showtimes
Nov 28, 29, 30, Dec 1 at 8 PM.
Dec 2 at 2 PM.
General Admission: $16.00
Seniors, Military, UH Faculty/Staff: $15.00
UHM Students with validated Fall 12 ID: $5.00
Tickets are available online, at outlets, at Kennedy Theatre, and by phone (944-2697) beginning September 10.
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Post-Show Rap: Fri Nov 30
Stay and talk with the director, designers, choreographers, and performers following the performance.