The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy: Discord

Name: Cherry Lane Theatre
Address: 38 Commerce Street, New York, NY 10014
Production Information
First performance date: September 19, 2017
Opening date: October 1, 2017
Closing date: October 22, 2017
External Links: Official Website

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Production Description
From Scott Carter, Executive Producer of HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” this timely New York Premiere finds three of history’s most famous men, all of whom wrote their own version of the gospels, debating everything from religion to literature to marriage in this “hugely entertaining, rapid-fire” (Chicago Sun-Times) new play. Thomas Jefferson (author of the Declaration of Independence), Charles Dickens (the man who brought us A Christmas Carol and Oliver Twist) and Count Leo Tolstoy (the epic Russian novelist of War & Peace fame) are trapped in a limbo where each believes their path to salvation depends on convincing the other two that they are wrong. Kimberly Senior, the acclaimed director of Chris Gethard’s Career Suicide and the Tony-nominated Disgraced, will helm this profound and exciting battle of truly biblical proportions.
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Primary Stages Producer
Scott Carter Playwright
Lindsay Jones Original Music
Kimberly Senior Director
Ashley Teague Assistant Director
UnkleDave's Fight-House1 Fight Director
Wilson Chin Set Designer
David Hyman Costume Designer
Jen Schriever Lighting Designer
Lindsay Jones Sound Designer
Caite Hevner Projection Designer
Jenn Doun Assistant Set Designer
Selby Souza Assistant Set Designer
Christopher Thompson Assistant Set Designer
Maria Ozmen Assistant Costume Designer
Judy Kagel Assistant Lighting Designer
Ien DeNio Associate Sound Designer
Dean A. Carpenter General Manager
Kristi Hess Production Stage Manager
Christina Bracco Assistant Stage Manager
Will Duty Production Manager
Stephanie Klapper Casting Casting

1Credited as Uncle Dave's Fight-House.

Actor Role
Duane Boutte Charles Dickens
Michael Laurence Thomas Jefferson
Thom Sesma Leo Tolstoy