Our production of "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot" just closed at the Cultch. It was a great success, playing to sold-out houses and sparking hot debates afterwards. Thanks to all who came to see it!

 

The Last Days
of Judas Iscariot

By Stephen Adly Guirgis
Produced by Pound of Flesh Theatre
in Association with Neworld Theatre
& Pacific Theatre
Presented by The Cultch
with Rumble Productions
as part of the 2012 TREMORS Festival

Featuring Michael Kopsa, Bob Frazer, Katharine Venour, Marcus Youssef, Kevin McNulty, Ron Reed, Dawn Petten, Anthony F. Ingram, Todd Thomson, Adrienne Wong, Beatrice Zeilinger, Carl Kennedy, Kyle Jespersen, Marci T. House;
Directed by Stephen Drover.
Set and Costume Design by Drew Facey
Lighting Design by Itai Erdal
Sound Design by Michael Rinaldi

Five of Vancouver's most exciting theatres conspire to bring "Judas" back to life! Halfway between Heaven and Hell, in a court room that's as much ghetto as gospel, the witnesses are called – Mother Teresa, Pontius Pilate, Sigmund Freud, a foul-mouthed Saint Monica, a college English teacher, a handful of Jesus' disciples – to decide enduring questions of forgiveness, mercy and eternal damnation. Wildly funny and scathingly provocative, this searing look at history's most infamous double-cross forces us to re-examine old truths and consider what it means to forgive. Based on the acclaimed 2009 staged reading by Pound of Flesh Theatre and Pacific Theatre.

 

 

 

Where:  
The Cultch's Historic Theatre

When:    
April 10-21, 2012 @ 8pm
Post-Show Talkbacks: April 14 @ 2pm & April 17 @ 8pm