The Apostle Peter and His Lover John, Also an Apostle 

Written by William Sydney
Directed by Molly Rose Heller
Composed by Xander Browne 

Wednesday, June 8 @ 7PM
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This play is about the apostles Peter and John. It takes place in the Bible. 

There are three songs. We hope they lift you up.

The expected run time is 75 minutes. 

Written by William Sydney
Directed by Molly Rose Heller
Composed by Xander Browne

Aya Aziz – John
Kate Eberstadt – Peter
Scott Gunner – Guard
E.B. Hinnant – Michael
Jacob Iglitzin – Warden
Nathaniel Jameson – Lame Man
Alina Sodano – Vermin
Amanda Turen – Vermin

Carina Goebelbecker – Understudy
Chloé Worthington – Understudy

Photo by Gage Hodgen Photography




WILLIAM SYDNEY is a writer in New York. His work has been performed at The Brick, in living rooms and on Zoom.

MOLLY ROSE HELLER is an NYC-based lesbian theatre artist. Select directing credits: Notes from the Basement (Corkscrew Festival, Watermill Center Residency, Center at West Park), The Crucible (BEDLAM, SDCF Observership), Lalabala Project (Watermill Center Residency, Performance Project at University Settlement Residency), Faust 2.0 (Mabou Mines, asst. dir.). She is a 2022 Member of Directors Lab North, SDCF Observership alum, former Apprentice at Berkshire Theatre Group, and former member of Flea Theater’s BAT Company. SDC Associate Member, Member Actors Equity Association. B.A. Magna Cum Laude with Departmental Honors, Columbia University. B.A. Magna Cum Laude, Jewish Theological Seminary. Upcoming: CA+MP Residency.

XANDER BROWNE is a playwright/director based in New York City with a degree in Directing from Columbia University. He’s worked extensively with the artist residency program SPACE on Ryder Farm workshopping new works. His work has been produced extensively with the Breaking and Entering Theater Collective.