This is a repeating eventnovember 6, 2020 7:30 pm
The Sarofim School of Fine Arts’ Theatre Department is excited to present a production of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Pulitzer Prize finalist play, Everybody. What do life and death have in common? They’re both
The Sarofim School of Fine Arts’ Theatre Department is excited to present a production of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Pulitzer Prize finalist play, Everybody.
What do life and death have in common?
They’re both confusing, happen by chance, and everybody has to face them. And by everybody, we mean Everybody—our main character in this story. When Death calls, Everybody must scramble to scrap together an answer for what they did with their time. What is the meaning of life? What do we get to take with us in the end? Is it really the end, anyway? In this ever-changing production with a cast decided by lottery each night, life and death might find one more thing in common: both can be beautiful in mysterious ways.
This production runs November 5–10 at 7:30pm. In person performances will be at the Sarofim Open Air Theater, located between the east side practice fields. SU students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend in person performances at no cost. One reservation provides a seating square that seats 1-2 roommates or SU faculty/staff who reside in the same household. Please reserve for your preferred performance date by RSVPing on that date’s calendar event.
PLEASE NOTE: This RSVP is for Thursday, November 5. If you would like to reserve for a different day, please RSVP on that specific date’s event listing on our fine arts calendar.
RSVP here: https://www.southwestern.edu/live/events/15365-everybody-by-branden-jacobs-jenkins
(Thursday) 7:30 pm
Sarofim Open Air Theater
Sarofim School of Fine Arts