“The first truly must-see theatrical event of the year."
"A heroic production. Arbery’s writing is masterful in its ability to capture the nuances of each character’s ideology and the internal conflicts they grapple with.”
"A riveting and thought-provoking play that delves into the complexities of ideology, faith, and the generational divide in contemporary America."
"The cast, guided by Cienfuegos’ sensitive direction, bring an exceptional level of depth to their roles, breathing life into characters that could easily have been reduced to stereotypes.”
“A remarkable and timely piece of theater that confronts contemporary political and ideological tensions with intellectual rigor and emotional depth."
"Will Arbery’s insightful writing, combined with stellar performances and thoughtful production elements, results in a play that captivates, challenges, and lingers in the minds of its audience. Its exploration of faith, friendship, and the search for meaning in a divisive world makes it a must-see for anyone interested in thought-provoking theater that engages with the complexities of our time.”
- STAGE AND CINEMA
ABOUT THE PLAY
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On a dark night, in the middle of America, four young conservatives gather to toast the newly inducted president of their tiny Catholic college.Their reunion spirals into chaos and clashing generational politics, becoming less a celebration than a vicious fight to be understood.
Will Arbery’s haunting Pulitzer Prize Finalist play speaks to the heart of a country at war with itself, offering both grace and disarming clarity.
Stephen Tyler Howell
Stephanie Kerley Schwartz
Christine Cover Ferro
John Perrin Flynn
Dane Bowman & Joe McClean
Rachel Ann Manheimer