Julie Crothers: Holy Crap
June 25 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Julie, a white woman with short brown hair, wearing an orange suit jacket and a smirking smile on her face, gazes upwards with her arms lifted to the sky. Her left arm is shorter than her right and ends at the elbow. Above her head is black text that reads "Holy Crap, June 23-25, ODC Theater, SF"
Following the structure of a typical white southern megachurch service and running 60 minutes, Holy Crap sheds light on what it means to question, to reimagine, and to allow yourself to be constantly becoming.
11 years into the quest to fill the “God-shaped hole” inside of her, Julie Crothers is hitting the stage to let you know that things are different than she expected them to be. Through embodied storytelling, an unsettled cast of church characters, and a handful of queer little pop numbers, Julie Crothers’ evening-length one-guy-show, Holy Crap, is a story of coming out, of coming of age, and of coming together with all the parts that make her whole. In an attempt to investigate the things she came to believe about goodness, value, purpose, and meaning within a deeply evangelical culture, she invites audiences to experience the difficulties and delights of deconstructing a conservative Christian upbringing and all the sticky bits it leaves behind.