what they’re saying…
"...One of the Fringe's best. It's smart, it's polished, it's honest, and it has a bright future ahead of it."
"Its simple beauty... makes it a timeless work."
"...A hit! See it wherever and whenever you can!"
"...the magic in the air was palpable."
- Knoxville Mercury
…an unusual tale
This piece dares to take the classic story at its word. There really is a pregnant virgin. There really is just a dream interposed between her and death by stoning. There are shepherds, angels, foreign dignitaries (a.k.a. wise men), a ratty extra room/stable at an inn, and a maniacal, bloodthirsty dictator whose menacing shadow hangs over everything. And obviously, it's a comedy.
Seriously, it is.
Theatre Is Easy
by Keith Paul Medelis, 8.14.16
by Dr. Thomas R. Stevens, 8.26.16
by Tracy Jones, 3.15.17
Art & Theology
by Victoria Emily Jones, 11.23.16
Knoxville News Sentinel
by Amy McRary, 12.4.16
National Catholic Reporter
by Retta Blaney, 12.22.16
by Jose Solis, 8.25.16
River & Rail, Knoxville, December 2017
River & Rail, Oklahoma City, November-December 2017
Kings College, NYC, November 2017
Theatre 315, NYC, December 2016
River & Rail, Knoxville, December 2016
SOHO Playhouse, Fringe Fest NYC, August 2016
Olmsted Salon, NYC, September, 2015
River & Rail, Knoxville, January, 2015
Photos by Adam Brimer / Logo by Robin Easter Design