Atlantic Theater Company presents the final play in John Patrick Shanley's "Church and State" trilogy.
What Is the Story of Storefront Church?
When Jessie’s blind faith leads her to almost lose her home, a family friend who happens to be the Bronx borough president may be the only one who can help her. However, to save her home, this politician may have to sell his soul to big business. The worlds of religion and politics in New York City come together in Storefront Church.
What Is Storefront Church Like?
The final installment of John Patrick Shanley’s Church and State trilogy, Storefront Church is a two-act play that explores the delicate relationship between religion and politics and the consequences of ambition. The play is terrifically acted by a cast of acclaimed, award-winning actors.
Is Storefront Church Good for Kids?
Kids may not find the story interesting or accessible. The play has adult language and explores complex themes surrounding the economy and politics.