The Jerusalem Syndrome (Off-Broadway, Theater at St. Jean's, 2023) | Playbill

The Jerusalem Syndrome



The Jerusalem Syndrome explores a real-life psychological malady that causes tourists in Israel—over 200 every year!—to suffer mental breakdowns and suddenly come to believe that they are characters from the Bible. Meet an inept tour guide who turns into Moses, a professor in a troubled marriage who thinks she’s Abraham’s wife Sarah, and a resort tycoon with daddy issues who might be Jesus…not to mention multiple Virgin Marys and the Lord Herself.

Direccted by Don Stephenson
Music Directed by Miles Plant
Choreographed by Alex Sanchez
Scenic Design by James Morgan
Lighting Design by Rob Denton
Costume Design by Fan Zhang
Sound Design by Josh Liebert
Projection Design by Caie Hevner

Cast Includes Farah Alvin, Dana Costello , Scott Cote, Andrea Fleming, James D. Gish, Alan H. Green, Danielle Lee James, John Jellison, Josh Lamon, Garrett Long, Karen Murphy, Jeffrey Schechter, Jennifer Smith, Chandler Sinks, Pablo Torres, Curtis Wiley, Lenny Wolpe, Laura Woyasz


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