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"LEVITICUS  smartly shows how the language of love can be insidiously manipulated to generate an internalized self-loathing that burns deeper than any fire-and-brimstone sermon." - Seth Kubretsky, Orlando Weekly.

"Hannon raises such interesting ideas ― can Bible-based religion ever be compatible with homosexuality ― and presents her thoughts in such a true-to-life fashion" - Matt Palm, Orlando Sentinel 

Levi Nolan is an effervescent, empathetic 17-year-old whose two greatest loves in life are God and her girlfriend Elsie. As a precocious lesbian who came out of the closet in seventh grade, Levi has always felt accepted by her liberal Christian denomination. But when she tries to become a youth leader ministering to middle-schoolers, her beloved mentor begins citing Old Testament Bible verses preaching abomination, forcing Levi to re-evaluate everything she believed about herself and her religion.

Join us for an afternoon at Audubon Park Covenant Church for a limited-run engagement of the play Leviticus. Leviticus has transformed and evolved since the show's premiere in 2019 at the Orlando Fringe Festival. Written by local playwright Ciara Hannon, Leviticus is based on real-life experience and at its core is a story about the conversations that aren’t happening within the church walls. Having this story staged in a church adds a new layer to the piece to encourage engagement and thought.  After the show, join us for a talk-back with the cast to explore these timely issues.  Tickets are "Pay what you can" for all performances. 

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