2017 Onstage Nominees:

Justine Wiesinger - Outstanding Actress in a Featured Role in a Play

Lynette Victoria - Outstanding Actress in a Lead Role in a Play

TEN 2017 Broadwayworld CT Nominations : 

Best Play / Best Ensemble in a Play / Best Director of a Play - Mat Young

Best Actor in a Play - John T Liszweski / Best Actress in a Play - Lynnette Victoria 

Best Featured Actor in a Play - John R Smith Jnr / Best Featured Actor in a Play - Eric J Dino

Best Featured Actress in a Play - Maggie Pangrazio / Best Featured Actress in a Play - Justine Wiesinger

Best Lighting Design - Tanya L Feduik-Smith

"Thought-provoking, intense, intellectually stimulating...The cast is superb." - Pillow Talking / He Said

"Powerful" "Wonderful" "Hilarious" "Sharp, Witty, Bold" - Pillow Talking / She Said

"Spectacular" "Outstanding" "Perfect" "Vulgarity-Laced" - OnStage
Meet the Cast and Crew of Stephen Adly Guirgis' touching and thought-provoking dark-comedy which explores the devastating effects of guilt and shame along with the power and source of forgiveness.

Lynnette Victoria

(Fabiana Aziz Cunningham)

Juan Ayala

(Yousef ElFayoumi)

John R Smith Jnr

(Judas Iscariot)

Eric James Dino


John T Liszewski

(Judge Littlefield / Caiaphas)

Maggie Pangrazio
(Bailiff /

Simon the Zealot)

Giovanna Olcese

(Saint Monica / Sister Glenna / Loretta / Soldier 2)

Alynne Miller

(Gloria /

Mary Magdalene / Saint Peter / Matthias of Galilee / Soldier 3)

Ainsley Andrade

(Pilate /

Saint Matthew)

Justine Wiesinger

(Mother Teresa / Sigmund Freud / Saint Thomas / Henrietta Iscariot / Soldier 1)

Patrick Duffy

(Butch Honeywell)

Mat Young


Ian Smith

(Stage Manager)

Tanya Feduik-Smith


John R Smith Jnr


"[Judas] shares many of the traits that have made Mr. Guirgis a playwright to reckon with in recent years: a fierce and questing mind that refuses to settle for glib answers, a gift for identifying with life's losers and an unforced eloquence that finds the poetry in lowdown street talk…Mr. Guirgis is a zealous and empathic researcher, and he presents dilemmas of ancient Galilee in terms winningly accessible to the twenty-first century…"

—NY Times.

"Stephen Adly Guirgis has written a real jaw-dropper…expressionistic fantasy…raw language and flamboyantly street-savvy characters…his imagination is dazzling and his command of language downright thrilling."


"…one of the most passionate and powerful young playwrights to have come down the theatrical runway…a must for anyone interested in the work of thoughtful and original playwrights."


"An extraordinary play…not since Angels in America have I seen a play so unafraid to acknowledge the power of the spirit…"

—The Guardian (UK).