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Some Things You Need To Know Before The World Ends (A Final Evening with the Illuminati)

a Comedy
CATEGORY :
by Levi Lee and Larry Larson

COMPANY : Onstage Atlanta, Inc. [WEBSITE]
VENUE : 14th Street Playhouse [WEBSITE]
ID# 368

SHOWING : October 25, 2001 - November 24, 2001

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

An irreverent, highly theatrical and truly hilarious send-up of organized religion. The setting is the bombed-out, post-holocaust sanctuary of a church, where the Reverend Eddie (clad in long underwear) prepares to deliver his final sermon: "Life Is Like a Basketball Game." Abetted by the hunch-backed Brother Lawrence, Reverend Eddie first embarks on a series of wildly funny skits in which Saint Paul and Saint Timothy discuss the shaky position of women in religion; an applicant for sainthood agonizes over what form of martyrdom to pursue; and the Reverend challenges the Devil to a final showdown on the basketball court.


CAST & CREW LIST
director Marc Gowan
stage mgr. Pamela Cassiday
lighting designer Tom Gillespie
set designer Marc Gowan
light op Alicia Quirk
sound designer Scott F. Rousseau
Reverend Eddie Patrick Wood
production tech mgr Angele Masters
exec/artistic director Scott F. Rousseau
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REVIEWS

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Twisted humor, not for the bible-challenged.
by heathjr1002
Tuesday, November 6, 2001
4.0
A dark comedy that pokes fun at organized religion. Two excellent actors, playing multiple roles. A little trouble with scene changes, on a tech level, but easily over looked. The Reverend has these 'visions' on how religion might have evolved to what it is today. His assistant keeps trying to keep the Reverend from straying too close to the edge. Truely funny stuff, but not for the bible-banger crowd. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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