Written by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Directed by Andy Head
November 10-13, 2022
A modern adaptation of the 15th-Century play, Everyman, Everybody features the unique casting quirk of using a lottery system to define the roles of the play. This is meant to symbolize the randomness of death. The story is kept largely the same as Everyman with a few exceptions. The story follows the character of Everybody as they journey through life’s greatest mystery—the meaning of life.
Shows run November 10 through 13 in Ingle Auditorium at Rochester Institute of Technology. The Friday, November 11 performance will be audio described for blind and low vision patrons. Tickets are $5 (student, senior 60+, children under 12), $10 (RIT faculty/staff/alumni), and $12 (general public) and may be purchased from RITTickets.com, by visiting the Gene Polisseni Center Box Office from 10am-6pm Monday-Friday, or by calling 585-475-4121.
Please note: this production contains adult content and strong language and is intended for mature (17+) audiences only. Additionally, some scenes utilize a flashing light effect that may affect photosensitive viewers.
Showtimes and Tickets
Tickets on sale now from RITTickets.com, by visiting the Gene Polisseni Center Box Office from 10am-6pm Monday-Friday, or by calling 585-475-4121.