All are welcome to the Cape Cod Theatre Project’s live-streamed debut of “Moses” by veteran playwright Michele Lowe. The play will be narrated by and star Andrew Polk, whom many may recognize from “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Billions” or the Tony Award-winning “The Band’s Visit.” It will be directed by Rattlestick Theatre’s artistic director Daniella Topol.
“Moses” is a story about loss, faith, love and going it alone. Moses follows a modern-day Orthodox Jewish man who suffers a personal loss so great that he begs God to simply forget him. What happens next on his physical and metaphorical journey to personal redemption is one many will find relatable and a story that lingers long after the last line is read.
Exclusive to the Jewish Boston community, please use promo code MOSES5 when purchasing your tickets for a $5 discount!
This is the first season that the Cape Cod Theatre Project has expanded its live readings into a virtual format. Due to the restrictions caused by COVID-19, audiences no longer have to be in Falmouth or on Cape Cod; they can watch from the safety of their homes in a live-streamed format.+ More... - Less...
Sunday, July 5, 2020, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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