The 2005/06 season begins with the West Coast premiere of Jerusalem, a "metaphysical comedy" by Seth Greenland (best-selling author of The Bones). Nominated by the American Theatre Critics Association for Best Play of 2001, Jerusalem is the quirky comedic tale of an agnostic Jewish psychiatrist, his Protestant wife, and her dysfunctional mid-western family, all of whom discover the true meaning of life during a trip to Israel. Directed by James J. Mellon.
"Hilarious Hell-raiser of a play! A terrific production!" -- Backstage West
"A thoughtful, heartfelt play about faith and spiritual quests." -- LA Times
"Humorously tills the fertile soil that is Jewish-gentile relations." -- LA Weekly
"Unholy humor in quirky Jerusalem!" -- LA Daily News
"Splendid! A theatrical evening of substance!" -- Variety