The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot is a hilarious, poignant, thought-provoking work by Pulitzer-prize winning playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis. Boasting a large, zany cast of characters, the play asks one of the most plaguing questions in the Christian ideology: What happened to Judas Iscariot? The facts (we think!) we know are these: Judas was the disciple of Jesus who betrayed his friend and teacher to the authorities. He is seen as the man responsible for Jesus’s death; afterwards, Judas fell into despair and hung himself from an olive tree; since then, he has been suffering for his deeds deep in Hell, and will continue to do so for all eternity. Is that really fair? Was Judas the duplicitous master of his own fate, a much-suffering pawn used for Jesus’s ends, or just a man who made a mistake? Set in a courtroom in Purgatory, The Last Days puts Judas’ case to a hilarious, riotous, piercing trial, the results of which are sure to make the inhabitants of Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory — and the audience — reconsider what each thought they knew about forgiveness, faith, and the human inside one of the history’s most infamous figures.

“An extraordinary effort.” The Hollywood Reporter

Directed by Clayton Jevne
Acted by (alphabetically): Catriona Black, Melissa Blank, Evan Coates, Cam Culham, Julie Gray, David Macpherson

Preview: Feb 12 @ 8pm
8 pm: Feb 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 23, 27, 28, Mar 1, Mar 2
2 pm: Feb 16, 23, Mar 2

Reservations and Ticket Sales
Through TICKET ROCKETticketrocket.co or   250-590-6291
Directly through THEATRE INCONNU: Phone (250) 360-0234  or  by  Email.Complimentary tickets, special needs seating, and subscribers: need to reserve directly through Theatre Inconnu

Ticket Prices:
14 regular, $10 seniors (60+) /students/unwaged
Tuesday Feb 12 is half-price ($7) preview
Wednesday Feb 20 is Pay-What-You-Wish admission

The show is about 2 hours long, including one intermission.

Theatre Inconnu is located at 1923 Fernwood Road (across the street from the Belfry Theatre). For parking we suggest the side streets west of Fernwood Road as these do not have parking restriction signs.

We are wheelchair accessible


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