Latter Days

By Ben Beckley. Directed by Jess Chayes. 

2/13 - 3/11 2017 at Theater 511. An Ars Nova Fling. 

Set beneath the streets of some godforsaken metropolis, in a forgotten basement, a self-described King and his long-suffering servant have waited eleven years for the day the world will end.  Now, at last, the apocalypse is at hand.  And when the time comes, nothing will be the same. Dutch Kills Theater was thrilled to present this world premiere as part of the DKDUO with The Providence of Neighboring Bodies by Jean Ann Douglass. 

This clever two-hander is an inventive take on the apocalyptic genre, a commentary on every religion that involves an End of Days and a reflection on our current political situation, all in one ... utterly gripping... mesmerizing ... an immensely talented and committed pair of performers.
— Charged FM
Beautifully produced.
— Helen Shaw - Timeout NY
 Ben Beckley - Playwright

Ben Beckley - Playwright

 Jess Chayes - Director

Jess Chayes - Director

 Allison Raynes - Stage Manager

Allison Raynes - Stage Manager

 Will Dagger - Dead Bill

Will Dagger - Dead Bill

 Tony Torn - The King

Tony Torn - The King

 Alley Scott - Producer

Alley Scott - Producer

 Carolyn Mraz - Set Designer

Carolyn Mraz - Set Designer

 Kate Fry - Costume Designer

Kate Fry - Costume Designer

 Derek Wright - Lighting Designer

Derek Wright - Lighting Designer

 Asa Wember - Sound Designer

Asa Wember - Sound Designer

 Carl Whipple - Technical Director

Carl Whipple - Technical Director

 Carolyn Reich - Assistant Stage Manager

Carolyn Reich - Assistant Stage Manager

 Laura Ramadei - Marketing Consultant

Laura Ramadei - Marketing Consultant

 Eric John Meyer - Copy Editor

Eric John Meyer - Copy Editor

 Brian Lenahan - Production Assistant. 

Brian Lenahan - Production Assistant.