Amidst the horror and chaos of the worst office shooting in American history, the tragedy's sole survivor, John Smith, sees the face of God. Smith's modern-day revelation creates a maelstrom of disbelief among everyone he knows as he struggles to lead a better life and hold on to his newfound faith. Called a "nifty coup de théàtre" by The New York Times and "a darkly comic morality tale" by the New York Post in its original 2009 run, The Break of Noon explores our society, the media, religion and gun violence as only Neil LaBute (In the Company of Men, Reasons to Be Pretty) can. Catch this incisive work at Queensbury Theatre's Black Box Theatre in Houston.
This show contains adult language and adult situations. It is not recommended for children.