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“A striking new work. An electric cast. Covenant is an auspicious New York debut for a playwright who clearly has a gift."
JUAN A. RAMÍREZ, THE NEW YORK TIMES
SARA HOLDREN, NEW YORK MAGAZINE
“Undeniably spooky. Absolutely enjoyable. You'll be frightened in the best way possible.”
CHRISTIAN LEWIS, THEATERMANIA
KYLE TURNER, NEW YORK THEATRE GUIDE
When a struggling guitarist returns to his small Georgia town a blues star, rumors begin swirling that he may have made a deal with the devil to attain his musical genius. Before long, however, it becomes clear he's not the only one with a secret. A mythic and suspenseful new play that delivers one devilish twist after another, York Walker's Covenant explores the power of belief and the thin line between rumor and truth. Tiffany Nichole Greene directs.
Running time: Ninety-five minutes. No intermission.
Please be advised: This production contains gunshot effects, strobe effects, and loud noises.
Learn more about the history of the production and its creators through a lively discussion with Roundabout Teaching Artists.
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Discover the artists and history behind Covenant in the Upstage Playgoer’s Guide.
- Alec Baldwin
James Costa and John Archibald
Linda L. D’Onofrio
Peggy and Mark Ellis
Joele Frank and Larry Klurfeld
Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater
Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust
About Roundabout Underground
Roundabout Underground productions are produced in Roundabout's Black Box Theatre located within the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre. It is an initiative designed to foster new works by emerging theatre artists. Roundabout Underground allows Roundabout to take artistic risks that are not viable on its larger stages, whether giving a debut production to an emerging writer or allowing an experienced director to go back to his or her creative roots.
In addition to receiving an opportunity to debut their works as full-scale productions, up-and-coming playwrights receive the significant artistic and financial support of the country's largest not-for-profit theatre and a nurturing environment in which to debut their work.
Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre
Black Box Theatre
111 West 46th Street, New York, NY
between 6th and 7th Avenues