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Sons of the Prophet

Boston Conservatory Theater
31 Hemenway Street, Floor 2
Boston, MA

Stephen Karam’s 2012 Pulitzer finalist play about a Lebanese-American family living in Nazareth, Pennsylvania is a hilariously dark comedy about pain and loss, and how much the human condition can handle.

Written by Stephen Karam
Directed by Mike Mosallam (M.M. '06, musical theater)

Dramaturgy Notes

This year, Boston Conservatory at Berklee's Theater Division has implemented an initiative to include a dramaturg on the production team of every mainstage show. The assigned dramaturg is a Conservatory faculty member who works with cast members and colleagues to encourage an exchange of dialogue, provide relevant context about the show, and create content with the purpose of enhancing the rehearsal and performance experience. Alyssa Schmidt, associate professor of theater, is the dramaturg for the Conservatory's production of Sons of the Prophet. Read Schmidt's dramaturgy notes.

Production Staff

Don Curioso, Production Manager
Sarah Elizabeth Ford, Production Stage Manager
Stacey Salotto-Cristobal, Stage Manager
Andrew T. Chandler, Technical Director
Matthew Williams, Assistant Technical Director
Audrey Kimball, Zack Box Technical Director
Tori Sweetser, Lighting Supervisor
Nate Jewett, Production Electrician
Kevin Thurber, A1/Sound Supervisor
Rebecca Shannon Butler, Costume Shop Manager
Amanda Feeley, Assistant Costume Shop Manager

Sons of the Prophet Soundtrack

“Hurt” (Nine Inch Nails), performed by Johnny Cash
“Both Sides Now” (Joni Mitchell), performed by Glen Campbell
“99 Problems” (Jay-Z), performed by Hugo
“All Is Well (Come Come Ye Saints),” written and performed by Mark Abernathy  
“Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” (Cyndi Lauper) performed by Greg Laswell
“You Are My Sunshine” performed by Jasmine Thompson
“Relief” (R. Kelly) performed by Sam Amidon




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