"Everybody" by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins | directed by KT Turner
A 2018 Pulitzer Prize finalist, "Everybody" asks the question, "Who or what goes with us when we die? Based on the 15th Century morality titled "Everyman," the contemporary play "Everybody" takes the audience through a side-splitting comedy seeking to answer that very question. "Everybody" is a play about diversity and chance and no two performances are ever alike. For every performance, the character of Everybody is selected from a group of Somebodies by lottery at the beginning of the play. The other Somebodies are also selected by chance to take up other roles in the play. Meeting everyone from Death to Understanding along the way. Everybody journeys through life's choices and to the grave while bringing the audience along for the ride.
PLEASE NOTE: This production is intended for mature audiences and contains adult language and situations.
UI Students - FREE
$10 + tax - Individual Pass
$20 + tax - Group Pass (2 or more)
Matinee performances are "Pay What You Can."
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