The play’s performances were originally scheduled for April 14-17 and April 21-24. Performance dates have been pushed back to June 9-12 and June 16-19, still taking place at Natasha’s Restaurant in Lexington.
"Due to illness in the cast, our rehearsal schedule was set back, compromising the artistic integrity of the production," the company’s artistic and managing co-director, Ryan Case, said in an email.
The play is a work by well-known author and playwright Elie Wiesel that details a fictitious trial where God is the defendant.
For more information about the theater company, and details about the play and tickets, you can visit www.balagula.com.