A comic religious parody of reality shows
based on the morality play, The Summoning of Everyman
by Neil Olsen
NOTICE: Due to illness, front steps, and Arts and Idea congestion, we have decided to postpone this production util September. Stay tuned for dates.
Trinity Players Supper Theater
June 3, 2017, Doors open at 6pm
$20 for tickets (includes wine), or sponsor the event for $100 and get two tickets.
Trinity Church on the Green, New Haven
Everyman’s Isle is a one act religious parody of reality television shows based on the morality play The Summoning of Everyman. The play takes place on the set of the reality TV Show “Everyman’s Isle”, as the Producer (God) sends the Critic (Death) to kick the star of the show Everyman off the island (the Earth). Everyman is stunned; he tries to find others who will go to the final corporate audit (the grave and judgment) with him. They agree at first, but each flees in terror at the idea of death, and will not go with him. Even Knowledge cannot go into the grave: only Good-Deeds accompanies Everyman to death and beyond. After, Knowledge hears the Angles singing, and the final Chorus tells us that Everyman is saved by his Good-Deeds.
Tropical theme Salad
Gilligan’s Pork Medallions
Pacific Sweet Potato
Pineapple upside-down cake
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