Temple | Aurora Theatre Company, Berkeley

  • When: 
    Apr 20, 8:00pm
    Apr 21, 8:00pm
    Apr 22, 8:00pm
    Apr 23, 7:00pm
    Apr 25, 7:00pm
    Apr 26, 8:00pm
    Apr 27, 8:00pm
    Apr 28, 8:00pm
    Apr 29, 8:00pm
    Apr 30, 7:00pm
    May 2, 7:00pm
    May 3, 8:00pm
    May 4, 8:00pm
    May 5, 8:00pm
    May 6, 8:00pm
    May 7, 7:00pm
    May 9, 7:00pm
    May 10, 8:00pm
    May 11, 8:00pm
    May 12, 8:00pm
    May 13, 8:00pm
    May 14, 7:00pm
  • Where: 
    Aurora Theatre Company
    2081 Addison Street
    Berkeley, CA 94704

 

In October 2011, Occupy London set up camp outside one of London’s most beloved institutions, St Paul’s Cathedral. Soon, the building that had famously survived floods, terrorist threats, and the Blitz closed its doors, and the City of London took legal action against Occupy to remove protesters — by force if necessary. Steve Waters’ new play is a fictional account of the behind-the-scenes machinations by the church and city leadership, dramatizing the turmoil faced by principled, thoughtful people who must decide which of their ideals they’ll betray. Temple was a recent hit at London's Donmar Warehouse.

Matinees on Sundays at 2:00pm.

Nearest BART Station: 
Downtown Berkeley

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