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Attend a performance of Everybody by Branden Jacob-Jenkins Dec. 2-8 in the William Inge Memorial Theatre at Murphy Hall. All performances are at 7:30pm with the exception of Sunday, Dec. 4, which is at 2:30pm. 

There will be a post-show expert reviewer speaking following the Sunday matinee in Murphy Hall 341.

A talkback with the cast will follow the Dec. 7 performance in the Inge Theatre.

Random is not random. Chance is not by chance. These themes are explored in this modern adaptation of the 15th century morality play, Everyman. Each night the audience will choose which member of an ensemble cast will face Death and who will play the people, things, and morals of which their life (was) comprised. With quick, offbeat humor and contemporary dialogue, the play shines a spotlight on that terrifying, illusive, question that we have all had to face, especially in the last few years: what would happened if Death called? In this journey through the meaning of life, we are asked to reflect on love, friendship, materialism, religion, and regret.


Directed by PhD Candidate Timmia Hearn DeRoy. 


Masks are encouraged while attending University Theatre performances.



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