Presented in association with CATCO Previews: Friday & Saturday April 28 & 29 at 8 PM Performances: Thursday – Saturday May 4 – 6 at 8 PM; Sunday May 7 at 2 PM; Wednesday – Saturday May 10 – 13 at 8 PM
Joshua, different from the other boys because he is gay, grows up in isolation and torment, an object of scorn. He searches for a more accepting environment, gathering along the way a group of disciples who are bound to him by his message of love and tolerance. He is ultimately betrayed by his lover. His plea, that we look upon all souls as equal in the sight of God, falls unattended.