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November 26th - December 1st, 2018 | SQUARE1 | Brooklyn, NY


A new play by Mark Thomas Johnson. Taking inspiration from Christian theology and chapter 119 of Moby-Dick, this piece blends comedy and horror to create a surreal world of half-reality in which we find history creating itself. Musing on ideas of creation, destruction, and responsibility, daughters of Solomon is a quick-paced jaunt leaving the audience wondering if that actually did just happen.

Featuring: Salome Egas, Caroline Festa, Alec Kirazian, Lesley Young 


Production and design: Alex Church-Gonzales, Jack McManus, Stephanie M. Orta Vázquez, Linnea Sumner 

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