Provision Theater seeks crowdfunding for 'Jesus'

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Chicago’s non-profit Provision Theater (1001 W. Roosevelt) is in the midst of an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to cover the costs of their upcoming production of “Red Letter Jesus.”

The troupe, which “is devoted to producing works of hope, reconciliation and redemption,” is seeking to raise $5,000 through the online campaign at Donations are being accepted through September 15. The play seeks to “bring the parable, teachings and the journey of Jesus Christ to the 21st century,” according to a statement released by the theater company.

For information on the 10th anniversary season of Provision Theater, visit

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