By Terrence McNally


“He came to die. This is the heart of Christmas.” Rev. Billy Graham

“We are going to tell you an old and familiar story. One you’ve all heard over and over, again and again. One you believe or one you don’t. There’s no suspense and fewer surprises. You all know how it turns out. But it’s a story that bears repeating. Some say it can’t be told enough.”

Joshua has always been different. From His birth in a sleazy motel, through His awkward high school years, He never knew why the sound of hammering echoed in His ears. Even meeting Judas didn’t make it stop. When Joshua accepts that the carpenter’s work is done, He knows He won’t have much time left to do His good work. The voice that has spoken to Him throughout His life is His Father, and the Father’s will is too strong to ignore.

OutFox Productions welcome you to Terrence McNally’s controversial retelling of the Gospel. In Corpus Christi, equality, sexuality and religion collide through simple storytelling, to shed new light on a story with over 2000 years of history.

Performed at The Space 26th November – 14th December 2013.

**** "a tremendous production" Gay Times

**** "Each cast member gave depth and poignancy to his character(s) which made the production triumphant." The Hollywood News

**** "two hours of gripping, challenging stuff" Views From The Gods

**** “does the ‘word of God’ the world of good.” What's On London

*** “What surprised me most was how lovingly they treated the characters they were portraying. It wasn’t a theatrical performance so much as a human one.” Everything Theatre

“The whole cast is outstanding” UK Theatre Network

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Joshua – Andro Cowperthwaite

Judas Iscariot – JP Lord

John – Samuel Caseley

James – James Georgiou

Peter – Stephen GIbbons

Andrew – Thomas Winsor

Philip/Fight Director – Ben Peterson

Bartholomew/Music Captain – Daniel Collard

Matthew – Lucas Arthur Englander

Thomas – Samuel James Morgan

James the Less – Brian Merry

Simon/Music Captain – Edward Smith


Director – John Fricker

Producer – Kirsty Fox

Musical Director – Mark Webber

Set & Costume Designer – Gina Rose Lee

Assistant Designer – Mary Taylor

Costume Supervisor – Rachael Ryan

Lighting Designer – William Ingham

Sound Designer – Jing Ng

Stage Manager – Amy Gunn

Assistant Stage Manager – Rosanna Grimes

Movement Director – Jennifer Jackson

Accent Coach – Louise Jones

Graphic Designer – Sarah Farrell



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