Hollywood Fringe Festival Selection Gospel of a Teenage Jesus
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The last date listed for Gospel of a Teenage Jesus was Sunday September 25, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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Jesus Christ is _so _over being 14. Between being bullied at school and being controlled at home in an angst-ridden relationship with his mother (Mary) and step-dad (Joseph), the only true escape Jesus can find is his journal. To make matters worse, his birth father (God) shows up out of the blue with a desire to make up for lost time. It’s going to take a miracle for Jesus to forgive Him. And Jesus isn’t the only one; Hell hath no fury like a Mary scorned. Only now, centuries later, can Mutineer Theatre Company finally answer the question “WWJW?” (What Would Jesus Write?")
Conceived in 2007 by founding Artistic Director Jon Cohn, Mutineer Theatre Company is dedicated to creating, developing, and producing original material through experimental collaboration and a unified celebration of the work. Their first production,_ Lie With Me,_ premiered in 2009, and Shaked & Speared followed in 2010.