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The Last Day of Judas Iscariot

  • by Stephen Adly Guirgis
  • directed by Lisa Portes
  • Sometime, In Purgatory. Judas gets his day in court, and biblical archetypes join legal eagles to make the case with hip-hop and street talk in this outrageous and provocative play about the paradox of faith, free will, and the nature of divine love.

    A contemporary philosophical look at what might be the most famous betrayal.

  • Recommended for mature audiences
  • April 18, 2014 - April 27, 2014
  • Previews : 4/16 & 4/17
  • WED - SAT at 7:30 PM
    SUN at 2 PM​
  • ON THE FULLERTON STAGE
  • (312) 922-1999
  • The cast features
    Stephanie Andrea Barron (Fabiana Aziza Cunningham), David Giannini (Satan), Jason Goff (Judas Iscariot), Abie Irabor (Henrietta Iscariot), Denzel Irby (Pontius Pilate/Uncle Pino/Saint Matthew), Miriam Leigh (Loretta/Mary Magdalene/Sister Glenna), Daniel J. Lewis (Bailiff/Simon the Zealot), Erika Miranda (Gloria/Mother Teresa), Casey Morris (Sigmund Freud/Saint Thomas/Soldier 1), Erica Murphy (Saint Monica/Soldier 3), Jeremy Pfaff (Yusef El-Fayoumy), Brian Rife (Judge/Caiaphas the Elder), Hugh Smith (Butch Honeywell), Francesco Stornaiuolo (Matthias of Galilee/Saint Peter/Soldier 2), and Sean Wiberg (Jesus of Nazareth). 

    The production team includes
    scenic design by Michael Davidcostume design by Anne Stebbinslighting design by Zachary Dietrich Malsichsound design by Rachel Boissevaindramaturgy by Francesco De Salvatore, and stage management by Sarah Renee Geis.

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