Join us for one of these scheduled talkbacks in July
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Join us for our Comedy of Faith:

by Renee Calarco
directed by Douglas Hall

Click here to learn more about the show and buy tix
Tickets are $25. Use the code FAITH to get $5 off all post-show discussion performances.
Wednesday July 9:  Talkback with Yael Ben-Zion, whose photographs from her celebrated book Intermarried are hanging in our performance space.

Thursday July 10:  Post show discussion with Susan Needles, LCSW, founder of Interfaith Counseling which evolved out of her extensive and long-term work in the field of interfaith, interethnic and international counseling with couples and families who belong to these demographic groups.

Friday July 11:  A Project Y FUNdraiser Party!  Sponsored by Hendricks Gin.  Celebrate Project Y's 15th Birthday, enjoy complimentary cocktails and hor d'ouerves, raffle prizes, and a screening of our PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD Video Series. 
Tickets available here.

Wednesday July 16 Talkback with Ami Bhalodkar-Haque, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of New York as well as an Ordained Interfaith Minister.

Thursday July 17:  Talkback with Naomi Riley,  a weekly columnist for the New York Post and a former Wall Street Journal editor and writer whose work focuses on higher education, religion, philanthropy and culture.

Wednesday July 23:  A post show discussion with Sheila Gordon and Clay Dockery of Interfaith Community and interfaith couples. 

Thursday July 31:  A post show discussion with representatives from The White Institute Fran Dillon and Rabbi Yaffe of the Little Neck Jewish Center.

Mo and Brian are a picture-perfect DC couple: they’re smart, they’re witty, and they have a beautifully remodeled kitchen. But when Mo’s best friend Patti announces she’s found Jesus and is putting her own career on hold, Mo must take a closer look at the harder truths surrounding her own marriage, and the role that religion plays in it. A comedy about relationships, faith, and the fine line between compromise and regret.

See below for some production pictures, as well as more information about the play.


THE RELIGION THING was nominated for a
Helen Hayes/Charles MacArthur Award for Best New Play in 2013.


Curran Connor, Katharine McLeod, Danielle O’Farrell, Jamie Geiger,
and featuring Project Y Founding Co-Artistic Director, Andrew William Smith

Listen to an interview with the cast and director of THE RELIGION THING.
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