|Friday, Apr. 3||8:00 PM||Cancelled||Opening Night|
|Saturday, Apr. 4||8:00 PM||Cancelled|
|Sunday, Apr. 5||2:30 PM||Cancelled|
|Thursday, Apr. 9||7:30 PM||Cancelled|
|Friday, Apr. 10||8:00 PM||Cancelled|
|Saturday, Apr. 11||8:00 PM||Cancelled|
|Monday, Apr. 13||7:30 PM||Cancelled||Industry Night|
|Thursday, Apr. 16||7:30 PM||Cancelled|
|Friday, Apr. 17||8:00 PM||Cancelled|
|Saturday, Apr. 18||8:00 PM||Cancelled|
|Sunday, Apr. 19||2:30 PM||Cancelled|
|Monday, Apr. 20||7:30 PM||Cancelled||Industry Night|
|Thursday, Apr. 23||7:30 PM||Cancelled|
|Friday, Apr. 24||8:00 PM||Cancelled|
|Saturday, Apr. 25||8:00 PM||Cancelled|
|Sunday, Apr. 26||2:30 PM||Cancelled|
This event has been postponed to The Catastrophic Theatre's 2020-2021 season. All ticket orders will be contacted within the following days with options for exchanges or refunds.
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“Sometimes the Alien is right in your own home. Sometimes right in your own blood. And you’ve got to build a wall around it.”
Grace is a waitress who lives in a small border town in south Texas with her husband Vet, a border patrol agent. She encourages Vet’s troubled son Buddy to return home and reunite with his father in time for a celebration honoring Vet’s service. What ensues is a battle for power, revenge, and release from past traumas. In THE BOOK OF GRACE, Pulitzer-prize winning playwright, Suzan-Lori Parks, explodes the American family portrait to expose the borders and fences destroying the American home and by extension, the country.