A lottery-based play about Death, Dying, and who gets to come with you when it’s your time.
The time has come, “God” says, for Death to go forth and fetch Everybody so they can give an account of how they’ve lived their lives. But Everybody is terrified to go alone–who gets to come along with them in that final Journey?
Equal parts Christian Morality Play, 2017-soaked dialogue, and lottery draw, Everybody transports the audience into themselves and each other. In an effort to show the randomness of death, each performance you’ll be treated to a different arrangement of the cast (out of a possible 120 combinations). The Austin premiered of MacArthur Fellow Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Everybody has been crafted with Love, Evil, Hard Work, and it contains a reality too sharp for us to handle on our own.
Viewer discretion is advised, play contains violence, strong language, partial nudity, and long monologues.
Suggested Donation $5-$15
Venue: Student Activity Center Blackbox Theatre 2209 Speedway Ave, Austin, TX 78712