Pastor Paul leads an evangelical church. One day, he begins preaching that there is no Hell. The consequences of this new teaching are surprising and painful.
By Lucas Hnath
2 performances only, in the Navigators' Castle, near the famed Garden of the Gods.
This solo show covers the life of Father Edward Sorin, and his founding of the University of Notre Dame. Script by Christine Telesca Gorman, class of '91, and directed by Patrick Vassel, class of '07, who is also Associate and Supervising Director of Hamilton (yes, that Hamilton).
Anthony is delighted to be performing the piece in Washington Hall on the ND campus, where he got his start as an actor! As if that weren't enough, it will also be the weekend of Lawton's 30th reunion!
Admission is free.
One performance, Sunday, 6/9, 7:30pm.
This is all the information we have for the event just now. As soon as it's available, we'll make a link available for you to acquire tickets and more information.
Don and Michael are an Oscar Madison/Felix Ungar pair of Little League coaches.
High jinks ensue.
With multiple-Barrymore winner, Scott Greer.
Shakespeare's history of the conflict between Prince Hal, his father Henry IV, and his cousin, Henry Percy (a.k.a. Hotspur). With comic relief by Falstaff, the drunken, recreant knight.
This play will be produced as PSF's yearly "Extreme Shakespeare," also known as the "Hit-and-Run:" no director, no designers, only 4 days' rehearsal! Come see these pros fly by the seat of their pants and deliver the goods.
Lawton plays Hotspur's uncle, Thomas Percy, Earl of Worcester, leader of the rebellion against the crown.
Lawton returns to the campus of the University of Notre Dame to perform this solo play about Father Sorin, founder of the University. The latter two performances coincide with home games: cheer for the Irish!
No further information, at this point, on when the bus to heaven departs. Check back closer to the date!