Three Religions, One Upcoming Play… and an Atheist

We’re excited to announce that this year’s New York International Fringe Festival will include Abraham’s Daughters, a play by Elissa Lerner, contributing editor over at KtB’s sister site, The Revealer. Here’s the gist of it:

In what Priscilla Warner, co-author of The Faith Club, calls “an exciting addition to the interfaith dialogues that need to take place on campuses and stages all around the world,” Abraham’s Daughters tackles religious identity against the familiar backdrop of beer pong, dormcest, and last minute cramming of freshman year. Ranya, a Muslim, Kate, a Christian, Sarah, a Jew, and Will, an atheist, discover friendships, hardships, and challenge their core faiths, in a dramatic exploration of the ways religion affects daily life.

Abraham’s Daughters goes up at the SoHo Playhouse, located at 15 Vandam Street, with the following performances:

Sunday, August 15th @ 7:15
Tuesday, August 17th @ 5:45
Saturday, August 21st @ 4:45
Wednesday, August 25th @ 9:45
Saturday, August 28th @ 6:00

Tickets: or 866.468.7619
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