Directed by Shannon Sindelar
January 18 - February 12
Lapis Center for the Arts

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This modern riff on the classical morality play EVERYMAN sees the title character sent on a mission by Death to take stock of their life and worth. But Everybody today may not be Everybody tomorrow as the actor playing the role gets chosen by lottery each night.

EVERYBODY will be the first theatrical production in NOMA's beautiful new Lapis Center for the Arts. All performances start at 7:30pm.

Tickets:

$55 - Premier Seating - WHAT'S THIS?

$38 - Adult

$30 - NOMA Members

$20 - Under 21

Ticketing Notes:

Online ticket sales end two hours prior to performances. If you wish to purchase tickets less than two hours prior to a show, you will need to do so in person at the show venue. Louisiana residents are eligible to purchase $10 rush tickets at all non-sold-out performances. Rush tickets are available on a first-come, first served-basis 20 minutes prior to show time at the box office.

a co-production of

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MEET THE WRITER
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

Jacobs-Jenkins is a playwright whose plays include Girls (Yale Rep), Everybody (Signature Theatre; Pulitzer Prize finalist), War (world premiere, Yale Rep; LCT3), Gloria (Vineyard Theatre; Pulitzer Prize finalist), Appropriate (Signature Theatre; OBIE Award), An Octoroon (Soho Rep.; OBIE Award), and Neighbors (The Public Theater).

 

A Residency Five playwright at Signature Theatre, his most recent honors include the Charles Wintour Award for Most Promising Playwright from the London Evening Standard, a London Critics’ Circle Award for Most Promising Playwriting, a MacArthur Fellowship, the Windham-Campbell Prize for Drama, the Benjamin H. Danks Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Steinberg Playwriting Award, and the inaugural Tennessee Williams Award. Jacobs-Jenkins has taught at NYU, Juilliard, Hunter College, and the University of Texas-Austin. He currently teaches at Yale.

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