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"Exceptionally beautiful, heart-pummeling piece of theater” – Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“Vivid, magnetic and moving” – The New York Times

"Best Play of the Year" – Los Angeles Times

From the writer of In the Red & Brown Water and Head of Passes comes a powerful coming-of-age story threaded throughout with stirring a cappella gospel music. Pharus is a brash, young gay man; Bobby, a well-connected legacy student. When these two compete to lead the legendary choir at their elite African-American prep school, their confrontations lead to huge revelations about identity, loyalty and friendship.

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Featuring Rotimi Agbabiaka, Jelani Alladin, Charles Shaw Robinson, Ken Robinson, Forest Van Dyke, Alan Wade, Dimitri Woods and Jaysen Wright

CONTENT ADVISORY: This production contains nudity, language and adult content. Please contact our Box Office with any questions you have about the suitability of this show for young audiences.

LENGTH OF SHOW: One hour and forty minutes, with no intermission.

TICKET PRICES: $20 - $55. All prices subject to change without notice.


When Tarell Alvin McCraney received his unprecedented three-theater Bay Area debut in 2010, the San Francisco Chronicle declared his “Brother/Sister Plays” “one of the most unforgettable events of the decade.” Now one of the top playwrights in the US and UK, McCraney recently received a MacArthur “Genius Grant,” served as the Royal Shakespeare Company’s International Playwright in Residence and was featured in “Playwright: From Page to Stage” on the PBS series Independent Lens.


Performance Schedule


Tue, Thu, Fri & Sat 8:00pm

Wed 7:30pm

Sun 7:00pm


Thu, June 18, 1:00pm

Sat, June 13 & 27, 2:00pm

Every Sun, 2:00pm

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Ticket Prices

Performance Center
Previews (Jun 4-7) $35 $35
Opening Night (Jun 9) $58 $53
Tue*, Wed, Thu $50 $50
Fri Eve $50 $50
Sat Eve $50 $50
Sun Eve & all Matinees $50 $50
Best Deal (all shows, limited availability) $20 $20

* Excludes Opening Night.

Prices subject to change. Phone and online orders subject to a $7 per order fee.

Disabled seating is currently only available through the MTC Box Office (415.388.5208 or in person). We apologize for any inconvenience.

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SENIORS (65+) – $4 off any performances

UNDER 30 – $20, all performances

TEENS – $10, all performances

TEACHER – $10, all performances (limit 2). Must teach at a Marin County School. Contact the Education Dept. to request.

MILITARY – $5 off all performances. Learn more

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MTC Engaged Special Events

After Words

After Words

After Most Shows

Join a member of our artistic staff (often with one or more members of the cast) for a Q&A discussion after every performance, except on Saturday evenings, and Opening and Closing Nights.

Window on the Work

Window on the Work

Thu, May 21 | 7:30 PM

Go behind the scenes of the Bay Area premiere of Tarell Alvin McCraney's Choir Boy at the Mill Valley Public Library, 375 Throckmorton Ave, Mill Valley. Free and open to the public.



Thu, Jun 18 | 12 noon

Before our weekday matinee, bring a brown bag lunch and listen to an informal pre-show talk by Director of New Play Development Margot Melcon and a surprise guest.


  • Rotimi Agbabiaka*

    Rotimi Agbabiaka*

    Junior Davis

    Rotimi Agbabiaka makes his MTC debut in Choir Boy. Based in San Francisco, he most recently appeared in The Amen Corner at Alter Theater Ensemble, We Are Proud To Present... at Just Theater and Raisin in The Sun at Cal Shakes. He is a collective member of the San Francisco Mime Troupe, a former cast member at Beach Blanket Babylon and his solo play, Homeless, won Best Solo Performance at the San Francisco Fringe Festival. Agbabiaka studied at Moscow Art Theatre and earned his MFA from Northern Illinois University. You can see him next in Aida at Woodminster Summer Musicals.

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  • Jelani Alladin*

    Jelani Alladin*

    Pharus Jonathan Young

    Jelani Alladin makes his MTC debut in Choir Boy. In New York, he has appeared in Nordic Ambition and Off Tackle Glide at Theatre Masters, Lord Tom at York Theatre, Madame Infamy at Signature Theatre’s New York Musical Theatre Festival and Macbeth at Park Avenue Armory. His regional credits include Choir Boy at Studio Theatre in Washington, D.C., as well as The Wild Party, Ragtime, Passing Strange and Julius Caesar. Alladin is a graduate from New Studio On Broadway, Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. / @jelanialladin

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  • Charles Shaw Robinson*

    Charles Shaw Robinson*

    Mr. Pendleton

    Charles Shaw Robinson appeared at MTC in Bill Cain’s Equivocation. Locally, he has been seen in Seminar and Stupid F**king Bird at San Francisco Playhouse, the West Coast premiere of Tony Kushner's Homebody/Kabul at Berkeley Rep, Othello at Cal Shakes and Magic Fire at Berkeley Rep and the Old Globe in San Diego. Robinson’s regional theater credits include Hamlet at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Pericles at Center Stage in Baltimore and Scaramouche at the Empty Space Theatre in Seattle. He was last seen in New York in the American premiere of Gates of Gold at 59E59 Theaters and in Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice at the Second Stage Theatre. Other New York work includes John Houseman’s production of The Cradle Will Rock; The Common Pursuit, written and directed by Simon Gray; and Battery, directed by R. J. Cutler. He trained at the Juilliard School.

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  • Ken Robinson*

    Ken Robinson*

    Headmaster Marrow

    Ken Robinson makes his MTC debut in Choir Boy. Born and raised in Oakland and a graduate of Skyline High School, he has performed on Broadway in the musicals Memphis and Baby It’s You! Most recently he performed in August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson at Seattle Rep and Syracuse Stage, and in The Colored Museum (2015 Elliot Norton Award for Best Ensemble) at the Huntington Theatre in Boston. In 2013, Robinson was featured in My Fair Lady and the world premiere of The Unfortunates at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He received his BA from Morehouse College and his MFA from the Yale University’s School of Drama.

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  • Forest Van Dyke

    Forest Van Dyke

    David Heard

    Forest Van Dyke makes his MTC debut in Choir Boy. An actor and singer from Austin, Texas, he began his career began as a member and soloist of the American Boychoir, with whom he toured Germany, performed at Carnegie Hall, debuted a new operetta and was featured in recordings. Most recently, he performed in the new musicals Goddess at Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Connecticut, Keepers at Roundabout Theatre Company’s Studio 54 and Torch at the Laurie Beechman Theatre in New York City. Some of his favorite productions include university performances of 21 and Crush, and Pericles, Julius Caesar and The Comedy of Errors at the Illinois Shakespeare Festival.

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  • Alan Wade*

    Alan Wade*

    Mr. Pendleton

    For the performances of June 30 to July 5, Alan Wade replaces Charles Shaw Robinson as Mr. Pendleton.

    Alan Wade appeared earlier this year in the Washington, DC, Studio Theatre production of Choir Boy, and is pleased to return to the role here at the Marin Theatre Company. His extensive Washington, DC-area credits include work at Arena Stage, Signature Theatre, Olney Theatre Center, Center Stage, Stage Guild, Metro Stage, Horizons Theatre, and Potomac Theatre Project. In New York he appeared off-Broadway at The Atlantic Theatre, and in Chicago at The Victory Gardens Theatre. Film and Television include The Pelican Brief, Major League II, Homicide: Life in the Streets, and A Man Called Hawk. Voice-over work includes Time-Life Books, The Smithsonian Institution, and Bell and Howell. He has directed for Olney Theatre, Washington Stage Guild, the Bay Theatre, and The National Players touring company. He is a professor of theatre at The George Washington University, and this month completes a one-year term as Interim Director of the university’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design.

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  • Dimitri Woods

    Dimitri Woods

    Bobby Marrow

    Dimitri Woods makes his MTC debut in Choir Boy. A Seattle native, he received his BA in Theater from Santa Clara University and is currently pursuing his MFA in Acting at University of South Carolina. Woods has worked with a number of Bay Area community theaters, including Palo Alto Players and The Pear Avenue Theatre, and participated in public readings at SF Playhouse and Berkeley Rep’s Ground Floor.

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  • Jaysen Wright*

    Jaysen Wright*

    Anthony Justin ‘AJ’ James

    Jaysen Wright makes his MTC debut in Choir Boy. A Washington, D.C.-based actor, he has appeared in that region in Choir Boy and The Rocky Horror Show (2012 Helen Hayes nominated) at Studio Theatre; Take Me Out at 1st Stage; Measure for Measure, Coriolanus and Wallenstein at the Shakespeare Theatre; Carolina Layaway Grail at the Welders; and Pinkalicious and 12 Days of Christmas at Adventure Theatre. His Indiana regional credits include You Can’t Take It With You and Taming of the Shrew at Indiana Festival Theatre, The Nerd at Brown County Playhouse, as well as The Pillowman, Nine Circles, Hair, Angels in America, Take Me Out, As You Like It and reasons to be pretty at Indiana University. Wright is a teaching artist with Shakespeare Theatre and Young Playwrights Theatre. He received his BA in Theatre from Grinnell College and his MFA in Acting from Indiana University.

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Creative Team

  • Tarell Alvin McCraney

    Tarell Alvin McCraney


    Tarell Alvin McCraney is best known for his acclaimed trilogy “The Brother/Sister Plays” that includes In the Red and Brown Water, which MTC previously staged in 2010, The Brothers Size and Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet. The trilogy has been performed at McCarter Theater in Princeton, the Public Theater in New York, Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, at a trio of theaters in the Bay Area that included A.C.T. and Magic Theatre (as well as MTC), the Young Vic in London (Olivier Award nomination) and other theaters around the world. McCraney’s other plays include The Breach (Southern Rep, Seattle Rep), Wig Out! (Sundance Theatre Institute, Royal Court, and Vineyard Theatre - GLAAD Award for Outstanding Play), American Trade (Royal Shakespeare Company/Hampstead Theatre) and Head of Passes (Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Berkeley Rep – commissioned by Steppenwolf). He was the Royal Shakespeare Company’s International Playwright in Residence in 2009-2011, where he co-edited and directed the Young People's Shakespeare production of Hamlet, which toured throughout the UK and was presented at the Park Avenue Armory in New York. He is the recipient of the prestigious Whiting Award and Steinberg Playwright Award, as well as London’s Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Playwright, the inaugural New York Times Outstanding Playwright Award, and the inaugural Paula Vogel Playwriting Award. McCraney is a graduate from the New World School of the Arts High School, the Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago and the Yale School of Drama. He is a resident playwright at New Dramatists, a member of Teo Castellanos/D-Projects in Miami and an ensemble member of Steppenwolf.

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  • Kent Gash^

    Kent Gash^


    Kent Gash directed MTC’s production of Seven Guitars. In the Bay Area, Gash has been seen on stage in Miss Ever’s Boys (Claire Luce Award) and Dinner at Eight at A.C.T., where he was a company member during Carey Perloff’s inaugural season, and directed Coriolanus and Private Lives at Shakespeare Santa Cruz. His New York productions include Langston in Harlem (co-author) at Urban Stages, Broke-ology at the Julliard School, the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway premiere of Miss Ever’s Boys for the Melting Pot Theatre Company, the world premiere musical Call the Children Home for Primary Stages, the York Theatre concert presentation of Duke Ellington’s Beggar’s Holiday and the Off-Broadway revival of Samm-Art William’s Home, as well as directed multiple readings for the Public Theatre. Gash is the founding director of the New Studio on Broadway, part of Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, and has been Associate Artistic Director of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival (1999-2001) and Associate Artistic Director of the Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre in Atlanta (2001-2009). With over 75 productions of musicals, classical and new American plays, his most recent regional credits include the world premiere production of The C.A. Lyons Project at Alliance Theatre, Choir Boy at Studio Theatre in Washington, D.C., and The Comedy of Errors, set in the Harlem Renaissance, at Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Gash received his BFA in Acting from Carnegie-Mellon University and MFA in Directing for the Theatre and Television from University of California, Los Angeles. He serves on the board of directors of the National Alliance for Inclusion in the Arts, the Tony Award Nominating Committee and the National Alliance of Musical Theatre.

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  • Sean McStravick*

    Stage Manager

    Sean McStravick has previously stage managed MTC’s productions of The Convert, The Whale, Fetch Clay, Make Man and Good People. He has worked for numerous Bay Area theaters including Shotgun Players, 42nd Street Moon and Willows Theatre Company, where he was the production stage manager from 2010 to 2012. Regionally, he has also supported productions at North Coast Repertory Theatre, Blue Trunk Theatre Company, Back Seat Theatre, the Reduced Shakespeare Company and Actors Alliance of San Diego. He is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

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  • Jason Sherwood+

    Scenic Designer

    Jason Sherwood makes his MTC debut with Choir Boy. He recently designed the world premiere of The Mysteries (Drama Desk Award, The New York Times Critics’ Pick) at the Flea Theater in New York City. His other recent designs include the world premiere of The Circus in Winter at Goodspeed Musicals in Connecticut; the world premiere of Ndebele Funeral at 59E59 in New York City; The Whipping Man (2013 Suzi Bass Award nomination) at Alliance Theatre in Atlanta; SeaWife at New York Stage and Film Powerhouse with Naked Angels; A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Parade and In The Next Room with the Yale Dramatic Association; the world premiere of Ten Mile Lake at Serenbe Playhouse near Atlanta; As You Like It at Two River Theater in New Jersey; and runway shows for NY Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Upcoming projects include the world premiere of The C.A. Lyons Project at Alliance Theatre and the world premiere of Kind Souls off Broadway. Sherwood is the 2013 LiveDesign Magazine “Young Designer to Watch” and a 2013 USITT Rising Designer Award Finalist. He holds a BFA from New York University.

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  • Kurt Landisman+

    Lighting Designer

    Kurt Landisman has designed lighting for over 40 of MTC’s productions, including The Whale, August Wilson’s Fences, Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol, Topdog/Underdog, Othello, the Moor of Venice and Seven Guitars. His lighting designs have been seen at most Bay Area theaters including A.C.T., Berkeley Rep, San Jose Rep, Aurora Theatre Company, Center REP, San Francisco Opera, Cal Shakes, Magic Theatre and TheatreWorks. He has received numerous San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle and Drama-Logue awards. Nationally, Landisman’s designs have been seen at Arizona Theatre Company, Laguna Playhouse, Los Angeles Opera, Minnesota Opera, Sacramento Opera, Virginia Opera, Tulsa Opera, Ballet Arizona, Guthrie Theatre and Cincinnati Playhouse, as well as Off Broadway at Circle Rep and Douglas Fairbanks Theatre. His association with playwright Sam Shepard included the world premieres of True West and Fool for Love. Internationally, his designs have been seen in Tokyo, Singapore and Shanghai.

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  • Callie Floor+

    Costume Designer

    Callie Floor has designed costumes for MTC’s productions of Lasso of Truth, It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, Topdog/Underdog, Seven Guitars (San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award,) Fuddy Meers, 9 Circles, Sunlight, boom, My Name is Asher Lev, Magic Forest Farm, Lydia, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris and The Subject Tonight is Love. Her work was most recently seen in The Lyons at Aurora Theatre Company and Elephant Man for Circle of Life Theatre. She has designed for many other Bay Area theaters including A.C.T., Berkeley Rep, Magic Theatre, San Francisco Mime Troupe and West Bay Opera. Floor is the resident designer for the California Revels and currently holds the position of Costume Rentals Supervisor for A.C.T. She has a BFA from the University of Utah and a Higher Diploma in Theatre Design from the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London. She is currently working on Sense and Sensibility for Livermore Shakespeare Festival.

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  • Darius Smith

    Music Director

    Darius Smith makes his MTC debut with Choir Boy. His New York theater credits include Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds off Broadway and his original song cycle Songs in the Key of Chocolate at 54 Below. Based in Washington, D.C., his work as a music director in that region includes Choir Boy and Carrie the Musical at Studio Theatre, Disney’s The Little Mermaid and Once on This Island at Olney Theatre Center, Soon and Dreamgirls at Signature Theatre, Petite Rouge: A Cajun Red Riding Hood at Adventure Theatre Musical Theater Center and Glimpses of the Moon at MetroStage, among others. As a composer and lyricist, he has provided music and lyrics for The Snowy Day (Helen Hayes Award nomination, Outstanding Theater for Young Audience Production) at Adventure Theatre MTC and U.G.L.Y. at the Kennedy Center.

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  • Chris Houston

    Sound Designer/Assistant Music Director

    Chris Houston is a pianist, composer and sound designer. He has composed music and/or designed sound for 28 MTC productions, including The Convert, The Whale, Failure: A Love Story, August Wilson’s Fences, Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol, The Whipping Man (co-production with Virginia Stage Company), Waiting for Godot, It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, Topdog/Underdog, Othello, the Moor of Venice, The Glass Menagerie, the world premiere of Bellwether, Seven Guitars, In the Red and Brown Water and more. Locally, his designs and compositions have been featured at A.C.T., Aurora Theatre Company, SF Playhouse, Center REP, Magic Theatre and the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival.

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  • Kirsten Royston

    Props Artisan

    Kirsten Royston has provided props for MTC’s productions of The Way West, The Convert, The Whale and Fetch Clay, Make Man. A set, props and production designer, she worked on over 40 productions last year. Beginning this summer, she will be the resident props artisan at Cal Shakes. Her recent prop work has been seen at Aurora Theatre Company and Shotgun Players. More of her work can be seen at

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* Denotes member of Actors Equity Association
+ Member, United Scenic Artists
^ Member, Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers


  • 'Choir Boy' sings sweet gospel in Marin ... A cappella gospel mingles with the chaotic hormones and restless minds of teenage boys to richly dramatic ends ... [a] deeply moving, thoughtful experience ...especially with the committed performances of director Kent Gash’s actors. Even more so with the gorgeously sung songs that seem to rise from deep wellsprings of the heart and soul under Darius Smith’s music direction. ... Jelani Alladin, reprising the lead role from Gash’s recent production in Washington, D.C., inhabits young Pharus as if born to the part. As the voices of Forest Van Dyke’s class misfit, Alladin, Wright and, in a magical solo, the headmaster played by Ken Robinson rise to the heavens, they lift “Choir” with them.

    — San Francisco Chronicle Read full review
  • "Soaring spirituals and heartbreaking drama in MTC’s ‘Choir Boy'. ... The play is powerfully staged by Kent Gash ... Pharus (wonderfully exuberant Jelani Alladin) is a talented singer and student who’s grown accustomed to being ostracized for being gay ... Pharus’ only real friend is his roommate, Anthony (sweetly sympathetic Jaysen Wright), a heterosexual athlete whose steadfast friendship is deeply touching ... Throughout the play the cast keeps breaking into a cappella spirituals, and the vocal performances and arrangements, directed by Darius Smith, are stunningly beautiful. Pharus has a big speech about the sustaining power of these spirituals, and this show makes you feel that deep in your bones."

    — Marin IJ Read full review
  • Rare is the theatre that can encompass it all and do it well. Such is Tarell Alvin McCraney’s 'Choir Boy', an emotionally devastating yet ultimately life affirming “play with music” that closes out Marin Theatre Company’s 48th season … The entire cast, under the direction of Kent Gash, gives flawless performances as the young men and the adults in their school lives … If you love great theatre, Choir Boy will sing to you.

    — Sonoma County Gazette Read full review
  • ‘Choir Boy’ is a powerful drama buoyed by spirituals … The seven “Choir Boy” cast members are superb, with each of the six black performers layering individualized vocal chops onto their thespian skills.

    — Mill Valley Herald Read full review
  • Playwright McCraney is a talent to be reckoned with ... “Choir Boy” is a noteworthy addition to his canon ... It’s a thought-provoking, absorbing, coming of age story told with empathy, music, humor and drama ... Director Kent Gash keeps the action flowing smoothly, aided by an outstanding ensemble cast ... they do a lot of wonderful a cappella singing.

    — The San Mateo Daily Journal Read full review
  • Must-see regional premiere ... As Pharus, Jelani Alladin is masterful in the role ... Equally stellar in his role is Jaysen Wright ... In Choir Boy, Mr. McCraney raises many questions with no easy answers, leaving us both uplifted by heavenly music and shouldered with earthly challenge. This is a play to be seen and heard, to be contemplated and discussed.

    — Theatre Eddys Read full review
  • ... Beautiful play .... The action is punctuated movingly and spectacularly by the performance of the boys in choir. The plot requires that the choir singing be of unparalleled excellence and the actors deliver that, superbly directed by Darius Smith ... the entire cast was called back enthusiastically to take a second curtain call for an audience that would not stop applauding. Most likely, you’ll keep applauding too.

    — TheatreStorm Read full review
  • ... A superb production of Tarell Alvin McCraney's Choir Boy ... This is a powerful piece of theatre, spectacularly directed by Kent Gash and featuring seven brilliant actors ... The actors are pitch perfect when they break into song ... Music director Darius Smith's arrangements are striking.

    — Talkin' Broadway: San Francisco Read full review
  • This excellent production closes out yet another standing ovation 48th season at MTC. ... The cast is full of powerful singers ... Jelani Alladin and Jaysen Wright, who both deliver exceptionally strong performances, have the kinds of voices their roles require, with Alladin bringing the roof down with some of his solos ... An evening you will remember.

    — VMedia Read full review
  • Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney doesn’t pull punches in Choir Boy, the provocative, sensitive, and deeply satisfying play having its West Coast premiere this month at Marin Theatre Company ... McCraney’s pace and the play’s complete lack of didacticism reveal a confidence in his material and characters bordering on breathtaking, and Marin Theatre Company has assembled a perfect cast to bring it vividly alive ... Kent Gash directs one of the best acting ensembles I’ve seen on any Bay Area stage recently. Strongly recommended.

    — A Beast in a Jungle Read full review
  • Choir Boy is a masterpiece ... Kent Gash powerfully directs this exceptionally beautiful piece of theatre. This is pure theatre magic! Choir Boy is at the top of my list of shows not to be missed.

    — For All Events Read full review
  • A coming-of-age story with tremendous insight and lovingly observed characters ... beautifully written and flawlessly acted ... directed with stunning intensity by Kent Gash.

    — Read full review
  • "...skillfully written, there is enough song and dance to woo any audience anywhere, and the cast is world class."

    — Bay City News
  • "A wonderful play, I could easily want to see it a second time. It is replete with memorable songs and drama."

    — America Magazine | The National Catholic Review
  • The ensemble's singing is nothing less than thrilling ... Janeli Alladin's riveting portrayal of Pharus is a tour de force ... His performance is a theatrical gem which should definitely not to be missed.

    — My Cultural Landscape Read full review

    "Exceptionally beautiful, heart-pummeling piece of theater” – Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    “Vivid, magnetic and moving” – The New York Times

    "Best Play of the Year" – Los Angeles Times

    "Exhilarating, genuinely sizzles." – The Guardian

    "Powerful... Choir Boy sings a stirring tune." – The Washington Post

    "Revelatory! A rare thoughtful play whose rousing commercial instincts enhance its insights" – Hollywood Reporter

    "Sings with smarts and heart" – Variety

    "Best play of the year" – Creative Loafing Atlanta

    “Bracing and provocative” – New York Post

    "This daring play should be required theatergoing for anyone who believes in the transformative power of the stage." – DC Theatre Scene

    "Rich language and music, coupled with emotionally-charged acting, and a compelling story make Choir Boy one to see." – Broadway World

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