Staging Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Everybody: Post-Show Talk Back  

Sunday, March 6, 2022 at 2 pm in Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre

This new adaptation, by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, of the late medieval morality play Everyman, one of the first recorded plays in the English language, explores the meaning of life and the roles we play along the way. The performers randomly draw lots live on stage each night to determine which actor will play which part in that evening’s performance.

The production is directed by Professor Matthew R. Wilson in the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design of George Washington University. It will be staged at the Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre, 800 21st St NW Washington, DC, 20052, USA.

Book your ticket here. 

A different talkback after each performance! Join the cast and special guest as they ponder life’s questions–check it out!

Making Sense of Randomness – Friday, March 4: Professor of Statistics Hosam M. Mahmoud joins the cast for a post-show discussion about life, chance, and the 11,520 possible outcomes of this play.

Death & Taoism – Saturday, March 5: Associate Professor of Religion Xiaofei Kang joins the cast to discuss how Buddhist and Taoist teachings grapple with life and death.

Staging Race, Gender, and Sexuality – Sunday, March 6 at 2 pm: Professor of English Alexa Alice Joubin joins the cast to discuss how identity is performed on stage and in life.


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