All the Mournful Voices
April 17, 1865. Easter Sunday. The weekend of Lincoln’s assassination. Three men reel and rage together in a tavern. A stranger’s unexpected arrival sparks suspicion, reflection, and something mysteriously cosmic. All the Mournful Voices is a purgatorial bar play that focuses on the death of Abraham Lincoln and examines inherited cultural legacies of violence and loss.
Opening night is slated for April 15 and coincides with the 157th anniversary of President Lincoln’s assassination, a major subject of the work.
Written by Matthew Gasda
Directed by C.C. Kellogg
Produced by INVULNERABLE NOTHINGS
Featuring Charlie Munn, George Olesky, Derrick Peterson, Jake Austin Robertson, and Christian Stevenson.
The creative team includes costume design by Beau Watson, environmental sets and lighting from Margot Mayer, and photography/visual process capture by Jordan Tiberio.