Bonhoeffer's Cost: Nazism, Religion and Morals Collide in New Play
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Packed with disasters, demons, giants and scenes of unforgettable awe and terror, the Book of Genesis has inspired centuries of artists, from the likes of John Milton (1667's Paradise Lost) to Darren Aronofsky (2014's Noah). Now Timothy Gregory, founding director of Provision Theater, has created Jacob, a new work based on that ancient text. A retelling of the story of Jacob, the Hebrew patriarch who wrestled with God, this play focuses on the Isaacson twins, brothers consumed by a deadly secret and a murderous rivalry. Everything comes to a head when one brother's dark world of fear, manipulation and deception collides with a supernatural force of truth and redemption. Gregory and Lia Mortensen co-direct this world premiere at Provision Theater. Learn More
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Featured review from Dan Lunney
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I really wanted to like the play more because of the interesting subject matter. I found the skipping around from scene to scene to be very distracting and took away from the narrative flow of the play. The play is also in need of some serious editing to tighten it up. The acting was good not great.