Noah: Apocalypse

Noah Announcement

A fully devised play following a group of survivors in the near-future apocalypse, based on the story of Noah’s Ark.



Performed at the amazingly awesome DC Reynolds Bar in Petworth, DC!

How to get there:
3628 Georgia Ave. NW, Washington, District of Columbia


Coming Soon!


August 30th – September 18th 2017

Monday, Thursdays and Saturdays starting at 9pm

PWYC Preview – Wednesday, August 30th
Tickets available at the door only!calendar


THIS SHOW IS 21 and UP ONLY, sorry kiddos! All single tickets to performances are $20.00 in advance or at the door

*no handicap access, so sorry for inconvenience!



Clare Shaffer 


Amanda Quain 

Raven Raven Wilkes- spent years listening to people telling her she was crazy and paranoid for taking precautions against the upcoming apocalypse. Now that it’s here, she’ll do anything to keep her family safe. Doesn’t like having her authority questioned.  

LizziLizzi Albert- Noah’s wife, a doctor. The Eliza to Noah’s Alexander, Dalia is a more logical thinker than the often hot-headed Noah, with a soft spot for the wounded.  


Nerissa Hart- Dalia’s little sister. 

ChristianChristian Campbell – Noah’s right hand man. Not afraid of getting their hands dirty for the cause, no matter what that may entail.  Young, scrappy, hungry, and eager to please Noah.

ShaqShaquille Stewart- the muscle of the Ark. Doesn’t talk much. Got more up close with the apocalypse than most people and suffers mentally as a result. Whatever lurks in their past, it isn’t pretty.

DanielDaniel Westbrook – Musical Eeyore. Recently injured and unable to assist the party, his new apocalyptic mission is to make records of every song he deems worthy of memory. Alternates between childish hope and cutting sarcasm. (This role has already been cast.)

JasmineJasmine Jones – a stranger. Vacillates between charmingly dangerous and dangerously charming, they promise that there will be safety if the residents of the Ark just follow them out of town. The first to doubt Noah’s authority in a very long time.