"What was originally church propaganda has been turned, in Carol Ann Duffy's stunning adaptation, into a scathing assault on the myopic materialism of the modern age and a reminder of our own mortality." -Guardian
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by Carol Ann Duffy
April 7-May 6
Fri & Sat. at 8:00, Sun April 23 & 30 at 3:00
Tickets are $25 at the door, $20 in advance, $15 students at the door
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Everyman is successful, popular, and riding high when Death comes calling. Forced to abandon the life he has built, he embarks on a last, frantic search to recruit a friend, anyone, to speak in his defense. But Death is close behind, and time is running out.
One of the great primal, spiritual myths, Everyman asks whether it is only in death that we can understand our lives. A cornerstone of English drama since the 15th century, this new adaptation by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy was presented at the National Theatre, London, in April 2015.
Featuring: Julee Antonellis, Ann Carpenter, Emily Edstrom, Chelsea Evered, Evelyn Holley, Charlotte Kinder, Micaela Kluver, Mariela Lopez-Ponce, Armando Rivera, Dale J. Young
Directed by Danielle Fauteux Jacques
Costume Design: Susan Paino
Lighting Design: Chris Bocchiaro
Sets/Scenic Art: Marc Poirier, Ben Lieberson, Megan Kineean
Sound Design: Lee Schuna
Composer/Music Director: Dan Whitelock
Stage Manager/ASM: Juliana Merhaut, Christine Truong
Running Time: approximately 80 minutes, with no intermission.
Performances are followed by a reception with the Actors in the Gallery.
Carol Ann Duffy was born in Glasgow and grew up in Stafford. She won the 1993 Whitbread Award for Poetry and the Forward Prize for Best Collection for Mean Time. The World's Wife received the E. M. Forster Award in America, while Rapture won the T. S. Eliot Prize 2005. She is currently Professor of Contemporary Poetry at Manchester Metropolitan University. Her most recent volumes are New and Collected Poems for Children (2009) and The Bees (2011), which won the Costa Poetry Award. She is Poet Laureate.