Blackbird Theater presents the world premiere production of ROGER’S VERSION, an original stage adaptation of the novel by John Updike.
The story follows Roger Lambert, a bad-tempered divinity professor who finds his staid academic life and complacent faith challenged by the passionate ideas of Dale Kohler, a grad student who seeks to prove Godâ€™s existence through computer technology.
Adapted and Directed by Wes Driver.
Roger – David Compton
Dale – Kris Wente
Verna – Amanda Card
Esther – Corrie Miller
Also featuring: Richard Daniel (Closson), David Chattam (Vanderluyten), Robyn Berg (Abrams), Brad Forrister (Snea), Lane Wright (Kriegman), John Mauldin (The Doctor), and Riley Hollingsworth (Richie).
Venue: Shamblin Theatre at Lipscomb University, 3901 Granny White Pike, Nashville, TN 37204.
Fri, 5.30.14, 7:30 PM
Sat, 5.31.14, 7:30 PM
Sun, 6.1.14, 2:30 PM
Wed, 6.4.14, 7:30 PM
Thu (Special Performance for CSC)
Fri, 6.6.14, 7:30 PM
Sat, 6.7.14, 7:30 PM
Sun, 6.8.14, 2:30 PM
For mature audiences.
I’m thrilled to be part of this project and to work with these fine folks on this production!Â Come check it out!
One thought on “BBT: Roger’s Version Opens Tonight”
@johnfmauldin3 Fascinating. The novel’s not five feet from my desk, didn’t know anyone had adapted it. Break all the legs!
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