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Friday - 8 p.m.

Saturday - 8 p.m.

Sunday - 2 p.m.

Opening weekend & Sundays: $19

All other shows: $24

Pay-what-you-can preview on Thursday, January 17th at 8 p.m.

Cast & Creative Team

Cast: Molly Cohen, Heather Johnston, Justin Johnson, Ian Blackwell Rogers, David Shoemaker, Sean Coe, Nate Krimmel, Terrance Fleming, Kelly Hutchinson, Dylan Mckenzi, Michael Salconi, Carolyn Koch, Clare Carys O'Connell, David Forrer, Autumn Koehnlein

Director: Ann Turiano

Stage Manager: Heather Johnston

Asst. Stage Manager: Sebastian Sears

Set Designer: Christopher Flint

Lighting Designer: Janine Vreatt

Costume Designer: Elizabeth Ung

Sound Designer: Devyn Deguzman

Scenic Artist: Kim Speaks

Fight Choreography: Grayson Owen

Intimacy Choreography: Sierra Young

Morris Dance Coach: Melissa McGinley

Producer: Mark Scharf

January 18 - February 3, 2019

St. George’s Day in England, the Morning of the county fair, the local drifting soul and pied piper of chaos Johnny “Rooster” Byron stirs the souls of his countrymen to forego the comforts of modern suburban life and raise their spirits in the countryside.  His family want to spend the day with him, thugs want to teach him a lesson, the authorities want rid of him, but Rooster just wants more out of life. Having played on the West End and then to Broadway (and back to the West End), Jerusalem is a darkly comic and modern meditation on the spirit of a nation.


"Jez Butterworth's gorgeous, expansive new play keeps coming at its audience in unpredictable gusts, rolling from comic to furious, from winsome to bawdy."  

- The Guardian

Photography by Shaelyn Jae


B.I.T.R. Sisters Best Supporting Actor - Nate Krimmel

B.I.T.R. Sisters Best Scenic Design - Christopher Flint

B.I.T.R. Sisters Best Lighting Design - Janine Vreatt

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