SURELY GOODNESS AND MERCY

by Chisa Hutchinson
directed by Jessi D. Hill

FEBRUARY 26TH - APRIL 13TH, 2019

A new play gutsy enough to be generous.

Set in an under-funded public school in Newark, Surely Goodness and Mercy by rising playwright Chisa Hutchinson, tells the story of a bible-toting boy with a photographic memory who befriends the cantankerous old lunch lady. Against all odds, Tino and Bernadette help each other through the mess of growing up and growing old.

Surely Goodness and Mercy has spent the last year charming audiences across the country. Now, Keen is honored to bring this vibrant new play to New York for the first time.


Starring
Sarita Covington, Jay Mazyck, Brenda Pressley,
Courtney Thomas, Cezar Williams

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VENUE:

Theatre Row
410 West 42nd Street
(between 9th and 10th Aves)
New York, NY 10036

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

Tues–Thurs at 7 PM, Fri at 8 PM, Sat at 2 PM & 8 PM, Sun at 3 PM
Additional matinee on
Wednesday April 10th at 2pm.

KEEN CONVERSATIONS:

Thursday March 21st
Thursday March 28th
Thursday April 4th
Thursday April 11th


PREMIUM TIX:     $80
STANDARD TIX:  $65

#25Goodness

Tickets for all Tuesday evening performances of SURELY GOODNESS AND MERCY are just $25 online, by phone, or in person - no code needed!


MEET THE TEAM

Set Designer: Lee Savage
Costume Designer: Nicole Wee
Lighting Designer: Devorah Kengmana
Sound Designer: Sadah Espii Proctor
Production Manager: Rebecca Key
Press Representatives: David Gersten & Associates
Casting: Calleri Casting
Production Stage Manager: Jana Llynn


BRING A GROUP TO
SURELY GOODNESS AND MERCY!

Group tickets and student tickets are available for most performances of Surely Goodness and Mercy! Talkbacks and special workshops can be arranged based on group size and availability. Please contact us for more information!


Listen to
artistic director jonathan silverstein
talk about the show!


Please note: Surely Goodness and Mercy is recommended for patrons 12 yrs and older. This play contains adult language as well as a brief moment of physical violence.