Does violence simply beget more violence? Aaron discovers his body is simply a vessel to destroy a civilization. Supernatural disasters ravage his oppressors, as well as his own body, mind, and soul. His little brother Moses is able to see what is to come...and it's not very pretty. They are frightened, they are emboldened, and they have no idea what they're actually doing. An adaptation of the Book of Exodus: Chapters 7-11.
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7 Dec. 2023
A play about violence and suffering. A play about the cost of war. I need to see this fully produced. Lots of opportunities for unique stagecraft. ”
21 Jun. 2023
To be a vessel with a fulfilled role, a pour fate emptied out upon the land. Like wine to white sheets does the blood fall upon the thirsty ground. Does it drink, does it stain?
Proctor's Plague Play contains and releases, a new conduit for old energy, that remarkably adapts chapters 7-11 of Exodus into a form begging to filled and perceived once again, with loving characters beset by the reckoning they find themselves a part of.
We must ask ourselves in the end, are the things we release out into the world still within us? ”
12 May. 2023
Proctor fearlessly tackles big questions about God, suffering, and what exactly we owe to the people around us, especially our enemies. This is a fascinating piece with lots of spiritual and practical challenges to grapple with. ”