SITTING SHOTGUN is proud to present the final mainstage production in the Fall 2018 Season, daughters of Solomon, a new play by Mark Thomas Johnson.
Taking inspiration from Christian theology and chapter 119 of Moby-Dick, this piece blends comedy and horror to create a surreal world of half-reality in which we find history creating itself. Musing on ideas of creation, destruction, and responsibility, daughters of Solomon is a quick-paced jaunt leaving the audience wondering if that actually did just happen.
Salome Egas - Muse
Alec Kirazian - Monk
Caroline Festa - Daughter 1
Lesley Young - Daughter 2
Directed by Allie Marotta
Assistant Directed by Alex Church-Gonzales
Dramaturg - Jack McManus
Costume Design - Alex Church-Gonzales
Fight Choreography - Stephanie M. Orta Vázquez
Graphic Design - Conner Kathleen
Makeup/FX Design - Linnea Sumner
Monday 11/26 8pm*
Wednesday 11/28 8pm
Thursday 11/29 8pm
Friday 11/30 8pm
Saturday 12/1 3pm & 8pm
Sunday 12/2 3pm & 8pm
*Indicates preview performance
Tickets are $10 and are available here.
Press inquiries and tickets, please email
All performances will take place at Sitting Shotgun's new home space, SQUARE1, located at 885 Park Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11206. An usher will be positioned on the street level to guide audience members to the entrance. This venue is not accessible to wheelchair users. The venue is a 3 minute walk from the J/M at Flushing Ave, or a 10-15 minute walk from the G at Myrtle-Willoughby and the L at Montrose Ave. The venue is accessible by bus with the B15/B46/B47 at Broadway/Park St. Street parking is available and fairly easy to find. Seating is limited so please purchase tickets ahead of time.