Sunday, March 29, 2009

It's Here: Taffety Punk's The Faithkiller

Two months of hard work have reached fruition. Tomorrow night (March 30), the curtain officially goes up on the latest play from Taffety Punk Theatre Company: The Faithkiller.

A world premiere is always exciting, and this one is particularly terrific. Gwydion Suilebhan is one of D.C.'s most exciting playwrights, and The Faithkiller is an incredibly ambitious play that weaves history, broadcast media, religious faith and atheism together in an ambitious and fully-realized work. And if you're interested in classic radio or the culture wars that surround religion's place in the public square -- this play is a must-see.

Taffety Punk Theatre Company's artistic director Marcus Kyd is directing, and he's dreamed up an audacious multimedia approach to the play that underscores the collisions of media (radio, TV and stage) and faith in Suilebhan's work.

As usual with Taffety Punk, all tickets are $10! You can get more information on the play here... and of course the all important tix information here! You can even order tickets online right here.

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