plot written and directed
bymark jackson original music by
"I fear your independence of mind is the
way to damnation."
Art, religion, politics -
a love story. In 1665 the first shot heard round the world came
from a play performed in a tavern that took satirical aim at the
King of England. Mark Jackson uses this provocative event to create
a tale of political jockeying, clandestine love, and unholy music
- all according to God's plot for this land we call home.
at 7pm: $18
Thursdays at 7pm: $20
Fridays at 8pm: $23
Saturdays at 8pm: $27
Sundays at 5pm: $23 (Sunday 1/22 & 1/29
runs 2 & 1/2 hours, including its intermission. Please
note that treated alfalfa is used on stage during this production.
For more information please call our Box Office at 510.841.6500
Plot is generously supported
by grants from The East Bay Community Foundation Fund for Artists,
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation and The Tournesol Project. Production
producers: Joe Mallon & Sue Trowbridge and Lynn MacDonald.
If you are interested
in obtaining a full copy of the script, please contact Liz
Check out this KALW radio spot
on God's Plot and the history of Shotgun:
TUNE IN HERE
We love getting your response
to our work. We only have three requests:
Don't be mean.
Don't write words you wouldn't say in front
of your grandma.
Don't go promoting outside causes.
Sound fair? Good. Now grab
that keyboard and break it down.