When: April 17-May 14 2017
This conversation-starting play, a fictional take on real events surrounding the Occupy protests of 2011, was a hit at London’s Donmar Warehouse. When protesters set up camp outside St. Paul’s Cathedral, the historic church that had survived Nazi bombs, closed it’s doors. Soon, the City of London threatened to remove protesters -- by force if necessary -- spurring a crisis of conscience amongst the cathedral leadership, who must decide which of their ideals to betray.
“Wonderful acting, intellectually and morally engaging. A treat.” --W.
“It was a brillant performance--all actors were superb.” --J.
Tickets & Information: 510.843.4822 or Auroratheatre.org