Unholy is coming back to Toronto for a short run , in a set of shows being filmed in front of a live audience for a TV special.
Unholy is the award-winning play by Diane Flacks about misogyny and religion – it was last year’s Art, entertainment, or culture story of the year. The play takes the form of a podcast recording with four women guests and a male moderator discussing the question of whether women should abandon religion – the women are a feminist Muslim and an Orthodox Jewish spiritual leader arguing that women should stick with religion, and an excommunicated nun and a lesbian atheist pundit arguing that they should walk away.
The play is being filmed for a special that will be shown on VisionTV, the Canadian multi-faith cable channel. There will be four shows:
Tickets are only $25 (plus a small service fee), and they’re going fast.