by Enda Walsh Directed by Melissa Firlit
starring Olympia Dukakis and Craig MacArthur
Thomas Magill lives in Innisfree with his mother. He buys her jammie dodgers every day and has an uneasy relationship with the other inhabitants of the town, especially the numerous dogs. Thomas – don't ever call him Tom – is enthused with religious fervor, but finds himself surrounded by sin and evil. In fact, Thomas thinks that 'sin has become our religion' and sees his 'work' as a mission to save the townsfolk from their self-inflicted doom. But though one of his neighbors describes him as a 'walking saint', he is not as innocent and religiously pure as he imagines.
Champagne Opening October 10, 2014 Tickets $35 Advance/ $40 Door
October 17 - November 2, 2014 7PM, Sundays at 2PM Tickets $25 Advance / $30 Door
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