Nov 09 - 18 2018
Corpus Christi by Terrence McNally

Corpus Christi by Terrence McNally

Presented by The Wayward Artist at TEMPORARILY CLOSED - CSUF, Grand Central Art Center

Blasphemy! Sacrilege! Heresy! Terrence McNally’s passion play recounts the birth, death, and resurrection of a young gay man living in Corpus Christi, Texas, scandalizing communities near and far when it first premiered in 1998. Experience the powerful story of Joshua who, different from other boys because of his homosexuality, grows up in isolation and torment. Fleeing his home, he gathers a group of disciples who are drawn to his radical message of love and tolerance. Despite his message of equality, he will suffer the same fate as Jesus who also sought to change a wayward community—its arrogance, its ignorance, and its complacency.

Admission Info

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

THE WAYWARD ARTIST
PRESENTS
Corpus Christi by Terrence McNally

CREATIVE TEAM:
Directed by Craig Tyrl
Scenic Design by Kristin Campbell
Lighting by Chris Henrriquez
Costume Design by Rachael Lorenzetti
Audio Design by Lauren Zuiderveld
Properties Design by Gretchen Morales
CAST:
Eric Flores Joshua
Daniel Botello Judas Iscariot
Brandon Burns John
Patrick Curley Matthew
Joseph Zavala Peter
Reid Barraza Philip
Dakota Denton Simon
Cody Bianchi James
Aaron Ford Bartholomew
Connor Dugard Thomas
Casey Bowen James the Less
Johnny Eberhardt Thaddeus
Tanner Oertel Andrew
GRAND CENTRAL ARTS CENTER
November 9 – November 18,
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30pm
Sundays at 2:00pm
TICKETS:
Students $15, Adults $25
For information and reservations: http://www.thewaywardartist.org/
ABOUT THE WAYWARD ARTIST:
The Oxford English Dictionary defines “wayward” as conforming to no fixed rule or principle of conduct; capricious, unaccountable, erratic, unpredictable, uncontrollable; Disposed to go against the wishes or advice of others, or what is proper or reasonable; intractable; self-willed; perverse.  Our work is edgy. We are not afraid to push the envelope of politeness, political correctness and propriety. We don’t shy away from adult content, language and mature subject matter. We are about innovation and re-invention. Wherever possible, we delight in showing our audience a mirror to challenge pride, prejudices and point-of-view.

Phone: 657-205-6273

Email: info@thewaywardartist.org

Dates & Times

2018/11/09 - 2018/11/18

Location Info

TEMPORARILY CLOSED - CSUF, Grand Central Art Cente...

125 North Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701