A regional premiere
April 12 – May 6, 2018 | CALENDAR
Grace Gamm Theater, Dairy Arts Center
What harm is there in believing in heaven?
Joe says no to the idea of heaven. His wife, Roberta, is starting to wonder. Their granddaughter, Ellie, barely knows how to exist when her iPhone is dead. In this nuanced and deftly funny story, two generations wrestle with love and life well-lived…. and curiosity about what comes next.
“Explores life and the afterlife with grace notes and compassionate humor.” (DC Theatre Scene)
“Brunstetter’s play is smart, moving, and surprisingly funny.” (Washington City Paper)
Going to a Place contains mild adult language and content. BETC does not offer advisories about subject matter, as sensitivities vary from person to person. If you have any questions about content or age-appropriateness, please contact our office at 303-351-BETC. Children under six years old and babes-in-arms are not permitted.
Director: Rebecca Remaly
Stage Manager: Karen Horns
Set Designer: Tina Anderson
Costume Designer: Brenda King
Lighting Designer: Andrew Metzroth
Sound Designer: Jonathan Holt Howard
Roberta: Anne Sandoe
Joe: Jim Hunt
Ellie: Anastasia Davidson
Jonas: Trenton Schindele
Man: James O’Hagan-Murphy
Season 12 Co-Benefactors: Terry & Noel Hefty of Peak Asset Management
Season 12 Co-Benefactor: Karolynn Lestrud
Season 12 Partners: Paul Repetto & Janet Pyle
Production Partner: Katie Goff
Artist Accomplices for Anastasia Davidson: Betsy & Albert Hand