the father, the son,

and the holy spirit

by Matthew Elijah Webb
Directed by Alexandra Maurice

“how clean must one be to experience the full and unconditional love of a father? and of a son? and of God? to what ends will one go to cleanse their mind, body, and spirit of all things impure to feel just a bit of that love?”

Friday June 17th at 7:30PM and 10:30PM
Saturday June 18th at 2PM and 7:30PM
Thursday June 23rd at 7:30PM and 10:30PM
Friday June 24th at 7:30PM and 10:30PM
Saturday June 25th at 2PM and 7:30PM

CAST:

SON – Anthony Grace
FATHER – Malik James
SPIRIT – m. imani west
GUIDE – Janiah François

WRITER – Matthew Elijah Webb
DIRECTOR – Alexandra Maurice
DRAMATURGUE – Nicholas Orvis
STAGE MANAGER – Nakia Shalice Avila
ASM – Chloe Xiaonan Liu
CHOREOGRAPHER – Rudi Goblen
SOUND – Stan Mathabane
SET – Anna Grigo
COSTUMES – Kyle Artone
LIGHTING – Kyle Artone, Christina Dragen Dima

Matthew Elijah Webb was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. An MFA graduate of the David Geffen School of Drama at Yale, Matthew appeared in Jeremy O. Harris’ YELL: a “documentary” of my time here,  Rudi Goblen’s Green Suga Bloos, and has workshopped a self-written solo play, the moment before, with Tarrel Alvin McCraney and Rudi Goblen which appeared at the Yale Cabaret. He is currently understudying in James Ijames’ Pulitzer Prize-winning production of Fat Ham at The Public Theater. He thanks his family, and his cat, Eloise.

Alexandra Maurice is a recent MFA graduate at the David Geffen School of Drama at Yale where she has recently been seen in The Commedia Project, Twelfth Night, and love i awethu further (David Geffen School of Drama). Other credits include Luna Gale, YELL, How to Get Over Fuckbois Vol. 1, Measure for Measure, The Tempest (David Geffen School of Drama), and Schoolgirls, We Are Proud to Present, Ain’t No Dead Thing, and #4 (Yale Cabaret). She holds a BFA in Theater Arts from Howard University and has trained at the Maggie Flanigan Studio in New York City.