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Week of Sep 24-30, 2017

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Friday 29 September

The Christians

Time: 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Contact: Box Office · tickets@loyno.edu · 504-865-2074

Location: Marquette Theater, 2nd Floor, Marquette Hall

Cost: $10-$15 Get Tickets

The Christians is an unflinching look at values in America — and its power to unite or divide.

Directed by C. Patrick Gendusa, Lucas Hnath’s The Christians centers on Pastor Paul, who started his church ten years ago in a modest storefront. Now it houses thousands, with a coffee shop in the lobby and a baptismal font as big as a swimming pool. But Paul is about to preach a sermon that will shake the foundation of his congregation’s beliefs. Staged as a church service and backed by a live choir, The Christians is both epic and unexpectedly intimate, an unflinching look at values in America — and its power to unite or divide. Named a Top 10 Play by Time Magazine, the The New York Times called it “Mesmerizing” and described Hnath “as one of the brightest new voices of his generation.”

Saturday 30 September

The Christians

Time: 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Contact: Box Office · tickets@loyno.edu · 504-865-2074

Location: Marquette Theater, 2nd Floor, Marquette Hall

Cost: $10-$15 Get Tickets

The Christians is an unflinching look at values in America — and its power to unite or divide.

Directed by C. Patrick Gendusa, Lucas Hnath’s The Christians centers on Pastor Paul, who started his church ten years ago in a modest storefront. Now it houses thousands, with a coffee shop in the lobby and a baptismal font as big as a swimming pool. But Paul is about to preach a sermon that will shake the foundation of his congregation’s beliefs. Staged as a church service and backed by a live choir, The Christians is both epic and unexpectedly intimate, an unflinching look at values in America — and its power to unite or divide. Named a Top 10 Play by Time Magazine, the The New York Times called it “Mesmerizing” and described Hnath “as one of the brightest new voices of his generation.”