Presented by Mercury Players Theatre
By Barry Levenson
Directed by Suzan Kurry
Assistant Direction by Amy C. May
Saintly Sister Janet and vicious serial killer Ray Cohannon die at the same time. When they reach Heaven and Hell they become pen pals and help each other come to terms with their respective eternal rewards.
A sardonic, absurdist work by local playwright Barry Levenson, No One Goes to Hell for the Food questions whether anyone is entirely good or evil, examines the value of religion after death, and stresses the importance of being honest about one’s diet. You’ll never look at canned pasta the same way again.
No One Goes to Hell for the Food will be performed on the Drury Stage.
Approximate run-time: 2 hrs, 35 mins
General Admission: $20; Seniors: $18; Students: $18; Thursdays: $15