The Sarah Play
Saturday| December 2 at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday | December 3 at 2:00 p.m.
Book by Jon Adam Ross
Created by The In[heir]itance Project
Directed by Chantal Pavageaux
Jon Adam Ross
Presented with our community partners:
Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom
The Sarah Play is an exploration of sacred text in conversation with real stories of yesterday and today. This is a play about women in love, hate, rivalry, faith, and Kansas City.
The Sarah Play puts stories of the biblical matriarch Sarah in conversation with contemporary realities in Kansas City. Created by The In[heir]itance Project as part of a national series, the play was devised during material-generating workshops with local clergy, artists, community members and interfaith groups. The result is a production that reflects distinctly local perspectives on sacred texts which point to the complexity of Sarah's narrative and its relevance in our world today.
Saturday, December 2
7:00 pm: The Sarah Play accompaniments in The White Theatre lobby - dance, art, and information about our Community Partners
7:30 pm: The Sarah Play begins
8:30 pm: Light reception and talkback with the creators, actors and Community Partners
Sunday, December 3
1:30 pm: The Sarah Play accompaniments in The White Theatre lobby - dance, art, and information about our Community Partners
2:00 pm: The Sarah Play begins
3:00 pm: Light reception and talkback with the creators, actors and Community Partners
The Sarah Play is made possible by generous funding from the Covenant Foundation.
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