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LAST SUPPER
STARRING
LaDarra Jackal & Easton J. Curtis

 

Thursday, July 28th at 8:30PM

Saturday, July 30th at 1PM

Darkhorse Theatre (4610 Charlotte Ave)

General Admission: $15


WRITTEN BY
Brooke Ferguson

DIRECTED BY
Nat McIntyre

PRODUCED BY
Amos Glass

A heart-wrenching portrayal of the generational legacy of pain and hurt, Last Supper is a new play that intimately explores the ways we affect and sometimes harm those we care about the most. The new work from local writer Brooke Ferguson balances joy and grief, love and loss in a fast-paced story that raises questions about the powers of nature vs. nurture. Beautifully directed for the stage by local favorite Nat McIntyre, this premiere production features LaDarra Jackal and Easton J. Curtis in a touching performance that will move audiences in all stages of life.

Run time: 60 minutes, no intermission

COVID-19 PROTOCOL

We are invested in the safety and wellbeing of our artists, audiences, and overall community. Proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test within 72 hours is required for entry to all venues for patrons ages 12+. (Please note, no at-home tests will be accepted.) Additionally, at this time, the wearing of masks is encouraged for all attendees at all Festival venues, and masks will be required to be worn at all times when not actively drinking at The Darkhorse Theatre, The Barbershop Theater, and OZ Arts Nashville. 


INCLUDED IN THE FOLLOWING FESTIVAL PACKAGES

Wildfire Weekend Pass
Choose your own adventure by creating your own schedule with this all-access pass!
Includes: any combination of shows you create in the 2022 Festival

($70)

Theater Lover's 5-Show Experience
Catch all five innovative theatrical experiences at Kindling Arts Festival 2022
Includes: Last Supper plus Bar Fight!, The Naughty TreeScar Tissue, and 
Nate + Jonathan's Saturday Morning Reboot!

($60)

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