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PlayMakers Rep | “The Christians”

Tue–Fri at 7:30pm; Sun at 2:00pm; most Saturdays at 2:00pm or 7:30pm.
A BIG LITTLE PLAY ABOUT FAITH IN AMERICA
Rotating in repertory with Moliere’sTartuffe adapted by David Ball. Dates & times will vary.

Twenty years ago, Pastor Paul’s church was nothing more than a modest storefront, but his new ideas about the nature of salvation may just turn his congregation of thousands back into a congregation of one. In this probing new play, Lucas Hnath invites us to explore how our own uncertainty can help us live compassionately among those who don’t share our beliefs.

“truly gripping and wholly unexpected”
Chicago Tribune

“a harrowing dig through our hearts”
Christianity Today

UNC Students just $10!  UNC Faculty/Staff 10% Off.

Regular tickets start at just $15. Purchase online or call 919.962.7529.

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