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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival Supports Theatrikos with Benefit Performance April 26
“God of Vengeance” at 7pm at Riordan Mansion State Historic Park
“God of Vengeance,” by Sholem Asch, opened in 1907 and sparked widespread controversy and international popularity for its risqué content surrounding Judaism and sex work. In 1923, its run at the Apollo Theatre in New York City was cut short while cast, producer, and theatre owner were convicted on obscenity charges.
FlagShakes will donate 10% of ticket sales on April 26 to help our friends at Theatrikos Theatre Company move on and move forward after a devastating flood.
Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival partners with Martin-Springer Institute for Holocaust Remembrance Day Event
In partnership with the Martin-Springer Institute, the Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival presents the Arizona premieres of TWO Jewish-American plays, augmented by a dinner lecture by Holocaust drama scholar Robert Skloot, author of “The Darkness We Carry.”
May 4, 2019 at Riordan Mansion State Historic Park
“Indecent” at 2pm
Dinner and Lecture at 5pm
“God of Vengeance” at 7pm
God of Vengeance/ Indecent Press Photos