By Jose Rivera
Directed by Terra Vandergaw
There’s a war in heaven and things on Earth have gotten really bad. Coffee is extinct, food
tastes like salt, the moon hasn’t been seen for months, and credit card debt is a crime. After a
particularly harrowing commute home, Marisol Perez doesn’t know if she’s dead or alive.
Inspired by Milton’s Paradise Lost, Jose Rivera’s apocalyptic and prophetic urban fantasy has the angels in revolt against a senile god while our heroine attempts to save herself and her loved ones on her own. Winner of the 1993 Obie award, Marisol is a contemporary classic and call to wake up!
General Admission: $15 RCNJ Students: $5*
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Content Warning: Not recommended for young children.
Marisol contains discussions and depictions of violent and traumatic moments including sexual assault, gun violence, warfare, attacks on the homeless, and stillbirth. Strong language, adult language, racial slurs, and radical religious themes are expressed. All moments of intimacy and/or violence in the production have been carefully created and choreographed by the fight choreographer/intimacy director and the director with the actors’ safety in mind and with their consent.
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