A barefoot and stuttering Shepard is approached by God and asked to go back to Egypt to confront the powerful Pharaoh. Armed with little more than the phrase, "I am that I am" he unhappily obliges. It takes God a while, but by pulling out all the stops (and giving him a really cool staff) He finally convinces Moses to take on Pharaoh and free the slaves. Playwright Sloan MacRae sets us on a wildly hysterical ride through the stories of Moses, Adam, Abraham, David, and Jesus. All the same stories, all the same words, a whole new perspective.
Epiphany Theater Company presents No Exodus, a comedy of Biblical proportions.
There is no performance Monday November 3.