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It must be comforting to believe the end is nigh. The finality of the rapture would make other problems seem inconsequential, and the promise of a blissful afterlife could provide solace from daily suffering. But there’s also a darker side to this kind of faith: a true-believer need not participate in family or community because, to them, the final reckoning is what matters most. This tension is central to Samuel D. Hunter’s A Bright New Boise, the new play at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. With likable, flawed  characters in a uniquely American setting, the play uses profanity-laced humor to explore its religious themes in an engaging way,” reads our review of A Bright New Boise, currently in it’s already-extended-once-dare-I-say-the-rapture?-last-week at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company.

Lucky for you true believers, we’ve got two pairs of tickets for the following shows:

  • Wednesday @ 8pm
  • Thursday @8pm
  • Friday @ 8pm
  • Saturday @ 3pm & 8pm
  • Sunday @ 2pm & 7pm

To win:  Tell us your idea of what the RAPTURE should be like and what 2 dates you’d prefer to see the show. We’ll pick a winner daily until the show’s over on Nov 13th. Be sure to use a real email address when you comment!  GOD SPEED. GOOD LUCK.

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