First Look $27 (incl. a $2 fee): September 14 & 15

Blood of the Lamb

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Produced by:
Occasional Drawl Productions in association with Harbor Stage Company
September 14 - October 20, 2024
Run Time:
1 Hour, 20 Minutes
Showing in Theater
$66-$86 (incl. a $6 fee) | 59E59 Members: $50

Show Info

By Arlene Hutton
Directed by Margot Bordelon

With Johanna Day and Meredith Garretson

A pregnant woman finds herself detained in a Texas airport with an unexpected adversary: a court appointed attorney assigned to represent her baby. This electrifying thriller features two women with opposing beliefs, forced to navigate the bureaucratic chaos of post-Roe America. 

Blood of the Lamb is an urgent new play about choices: The choices that are taken from us and the choices we can still make.


In an effort to care for our community, we’re sharing details about this production that may be sensitive for members of our audience. The following information may reveal plot points.

Contains discussion of miscarriage.

Andrew Boyce,
Scenic Design
Sarita Fellows,
Costume Design
Amith Chandrashaker,
Lighting Design
Sound Design

Producing Company

Occasional Drawl Productions

Occasional Drawl Productions is an incubator of ideas, a creative workspace, and an experiment in new structures for theatre and performance-making. Created by Brian Letchworth, Occasional Drawl promotes alternatives to institutional models for how art gets made and who gets to make it and strives for a “zero-based” approach. There is no model; history is merely information. Occasional Drawl is ordinary people making un-ordinary things, both new and re-imagined, and prioritizes topical stories and hybrid forms. 

Harbor Stage Company

Harbor Stage Company is an ensemble of professional theater artists who operate out of the Harbor Stage in Wellfleet, MA. Founded in 2012 to preserve and promote the legacy of challenging live performance on the Outer Cape, the artist-run company has garnered overwhelming critical praise and rejuvenated the Harbor's artists, core audience, and artistic reputation. Harbor Stage Company artists double as administrators to ensure an operation that prioritizes the artistic.

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★★★★★ "A pithy two-hander that packs the punch of a state-of-the-nation epic." – The Telegraph

★★★★★ "Hutton drip feeds plot points with an exquisite sense of timing… This is a powerful piece of activism, an excellently-crafted play, and perhaps more importantly, a public service announcement" – Fest Magazine

"An urgent new play that speaks to the moment and also dares to ask what might be next" – Fringe Review

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