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A Case for the Existence of God

Red Stitch: The Actor’s Theatre
St Kilda East
Red Stitch: The Actor’s Theatre, Rear 2 Chapel Street
St Kilda East, Victoria 3182 Australia

Date

13 Apr –
12 May

About the Show

“A Case for the Existence of God” at Red Stitch Theatre in St. Kilda is a thought-provoking exploration of faith and humanity.
Ryan, a straight, white man, finds himself struggling with financial instability and the aftermath of a painful divorce. In contrast, Keith, a black, polished individual, is adept with finances and cares for a foster daughter as a single gay man. When Ryan reaches out to Keith for assistance in reclaiming lost family land through a loan, their worlds collide. Despite their outward differences, they uncover a shared “specific kind of sadness,” drawing them closer together. Hunter’s remarkable play is infused with humor, sincerity, and compassion, highlighting the unexpected connections that can arise amidst life’s challenges. Through their unlikely bond, Ryan and Keith offer each other support and understanding, demonstrating that despite their differences, there is potential for hope and healing for everyone.

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“A Case for the Existence of God” at Red Stitch Theatre in St. Kilda is a thought-provoking exploration of faith and humanity.
Ryan, a straight, white man, finds himself struggling with financial instability and the aftermath of a painful divorce. In contrast, Keith, a black, polished individual, is adept with finances and cares for a foster daughter as a single gay man. When Ryan reaches out to Keith for assistance in reclaiming lost family land through a loan, their worlds collide. Despite their outward differences, they uncover a shared “specific kind of sadness,” drawing them closer together. Hunter’s remarkable play is infused with humor, sincerity, and compassion, highlighting the unexpected connections that can arise amidst life’s challenges. Through their unlikely bond, Ryan and Keith offer each other support and understanding, demonstrating that despite their differences, there is potential for hope and healing for everyone.

Date

13 Apr
12 May

About the Show

“A Case for the Existence of God” at Red Stitch Theatre in St. Kilda is a thought-provoking exploration of faith and humanity.
Ryan, a straight, white man, finds himself struggling with financial instability and the aftermath of a painful divorce. In contrast, Keith, a black, polished individual, is adept with finances and cares for a foster daughter as a single gay man. When Ryan reaches out to Keith for assistance in reclaiming lost family land through a loan, their worlds collide. Despite their outward differences, they uncover a shared “specific kind of sadness,” drawing them closer together. Hunter’s remarkable play is infused with humor, sincerity, and compassion, highlighting the unexpected connections that can arise amidst life’s challenges. Through their unlikely bond, Ryan and Keith offer each other support and understanding, demonstrating that despite their differences, there is potential for hope and healing for everyone.

Read More

“A Case for the Existence of God” at Red Stitch Theatre in St. Kilda is a thought-provoking exploration of faith and humanity.
Ryan, a straight, white man, finds himself struggling with financial instability and the aftermath of a painful divorce. In contrast, Keith, a black, polished individual, is adept with finances and cares for a foster daughter as a single gay man. When Ryan reaches out to Keith for assistance in reclaiming lost family land through a loan, their worlds collide. Despite their outward differences, they uncover a shared “specific kind of sadness,” drawing them closer together. Hunter’s remarkable play is infused with humor, sincerity, and compassion, highlighting the unexpected connections that can arise amidst life’s challenges. Through their unlikely bond, Ryan and Keith offer each other support and understanding, demonstrating that despite their differences, there is potential for hope and healing for everyone.

Date

Director :
Gary Abrahams
Stage Manager :
Genevieve Davidson
Cast :
Set/Costume Design Jeremy Pryles Lighting Design Sidney Younger Composition/Sound Design Rachel Lewindon Assistant Director Marni Mount Cast Kevin Hofbauer Darcy Kent
13 Apr
12 May
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