- By Paula Vogel
- Directed by Eric Rosen
- Produced in Association with Arena Stage and Kansas City Rep
HOW FAR WOULD YOU FOLLOW YOUR PASSION?
What is the cost when we sacrifice truth for success? Can radical love be pious, or merely provocative? Does every religion sell God for a price? Follow the true story of a play, a playwright, and a plucky troupe of Yiddish theater artists from 1906 Warsaw to 1923 Broadway, from risky experiment to global sensation—and ultimately shattering scandal. The latest hit from the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of A Civil War Christmas, The Baltimore Waltz, and How I Learned to Drive, this highly acclaimed and award-winning drama pays homage to artists ahead of their time and doomed to pay the price.
Content Advisory: Based on the real-life story behind Sholem Asch’s controversial Yiddish drama God of Vengeance, this play is suited for middle school ages and up. For younger school groups, we strongly suggest a pre-show workshop to discuss the themes of the show.
Approximate runtime is 1 hour and 45 minutes. There will be no intermission.
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Tue—Sun: noon to 6pm
Closed Captioning is offered each performance. We offer personalized handheld devices display the text of the play in real time. You can check out a Closed Captioning device—at no charge—at the Box Office before your performance.
Mix with Baltimore area university Hillel organizations prior to the 7:30pm Indecent performance. Use promo code HILLEL10 for $10 tickets with student ID.
We provide a casual atmosphere to chat with the cast after the show. Ask them your questions and get some autographs!
Join us before the 7:30pm Indecent performance for an evening of Purim through the lens of food, drink, learning, Klezmer music, and theater.
These performances include post-show discussions featuring Baltimore Center Stage dramaturgy and artistic staff and visiting experts.
Volunteer audio describers provide an objective description of the non-verbal action on stage during the 2pm matinee. Touch Tours are tactile tours that let patrons touch costume pieces, sets, and/or props used in the show as well as conversation with our Production, Artistic, and/or Dramaturgy Departments before the 2pm matinee. Touch Tours run from 12–1pm and patrons are welcome to join at any time in that window.
We offer First Chair ASL Interpreted performance for each of our Mainstage plays. For online purchases, use promo code SIGN before choosing your seats to ensure an optimal view of the interpreter. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Families enjoy a family day to remember, including a meal and a discussion with Baltimore Center Stage actors before the 2pm matinee show. Learn more.
Music Direction and Original Music
Voice and Dialect Coach
Assistant Stage Manager
New York Casting