Kingdom Undone Explores the Last Days of Judas and Jesus
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The last date listed for Kingdom Undone was Saturday March 30, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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“Remarkably intelligent … a first rate production.” -_How Was The Show _
“This has the potential to become an estimable piece in the Passion literature.” -_"Minneapolis Star Tribune “:http://www.startribune.com/entertainment/stageandarts/143991086.html_
“Kingdom Undone is a labor of love by artists who really know what they’re doing … It’s a rare show that a friend and I will be discussing for hours after we’ve seen it.” —”Twin Cities Daily Planet_":http://www.tcdailyplanet.net/arts/theater/review-kingdom-undone-theater-thirsty-not-just-church-crowd
“Ambitious and largely successful … When it all comes together … it can make for riveting theater.” —City Pages
“_Kingdom Undone provides an interesting venue for thinking in new ways about a very old story.” —_Aisle Say _
From the creators of Theater for the Thirsty comes a new play about justice and vengeance with a compelling twist on the last days of Judas and Jesus. When revolution spins out of control, Judas Iscariot and a young Zealot named Isaac rush toward their ultimate liberation, or their undoing. Kingdom Undone merges earthy drama, music and unexpected humor with the passion of Jesus’ final days and the messy justice that turned the world on its head. By Jeremiah Gamble, directed by Jeffrey S. Miller, music direction by Michael Pearce Donley, and featuring a cast of stand-out Twin Cities’ talent.
About the Ticket Supplier: Bucket Brigade
Bucket Brigade is a professional theater company based in the West End of Saint Paul whose mission is to be a catalyst for creating quality art that engages, inspires, and uplifts the community. Co-founders Jeremiah and Vanessa Gamble have been creating and producing imaginative and redemptive theater for over 15 years. Their play, The Cubicle, was the “sleeper hit of the 2005 Minnesota Fringe Festival” (Pioneer Press), and their original musical, Amnesiac Jack was hailed as the “cream of the crop” of the 2006 Fringe (Minneapolis Star-Tribune).