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Cult Of Love Summary

  • Show Status: Opening Soon
  • Genre: Play
  • Cult Of Love is 15 minutes long, including an intermission of 2 hours 10 minutes
  • 8 Shows per week
  • Previews Begin: November 20, 2024
  • Show Opens : December 12, 2024
  • Show Closes: Open ended

A fractious holiday gathering of a good Christian family centers on the four adult children of the Dahl family and their partners as they return home for the rocky holiday gathering.

What's Cult Of Love Like?

It’s the holiday season for the Dahl family! The four adult children return to their childhood home with partners in tow.

The Dahl traditions include singing carols in harmony at the drop of a hat, but the gathering is anything but harmonious. Old conflicts resurface, new issues battled, and dinner is taking absolutely forever to be served. Will the love the Dahls have for each other be enough to get them through, or will this be their last Christmas together?

Is Cult Of Love Good for Kids?

Cult of Love deals with complex and potentially disturbing themes involving manipulation, psychological control, and cult dynamics. These topics might be intense or confusing for younger audiences.

It's likely better suited for older teens and adults who can more fully understand and process the subject matter. If you're considering it for a family outing, it's wise to consider the maturity and sensitivity of your children before deciding to attend.

Cult Of Love on Broadway Background

Cult of Love Premiered in 2018

Cult of Love premiered in 2018 with Los Angeles’s IAMA Theatre Company and appeared earlier in 2024 at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre in California to critical acclaim. Trip Cullman directed the Berkeley production and the Broadway production.

Show Challenges The Christian Faith

The show provides a dynamic and dramatic exploration of a deeply Christian family's complex relationships during the holiday season, blending humor with intense emotional moments. This creative team aims to deliver a thought-provoking experience that challenges perceptions of faith, family, and love

Theatre Information

Helen Hayes Theatre

240 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10019
Seats: 597
Entrance: 44th street between 7th and 8th avenue
Theatre Information

Helen Hayes Theatre Seating Chart

Cast Members

Diana Dahl-Bennett
Kerstin Anderson
Rachel Dahl
Molly Bernard
Pippa Ferguson
Cass Buggé
William “Bill” Dahl
Dan Hiatt
Evie Dahl
Virginia Kull
James Bennett
Chris Lowell
Loren Montgomery
Vero Maynez
Mark Dahl
Lucas Near-Verbrugge
Johnny Dahl
Christopher Sears
Virginia “Ginny” Dahl
Luisa Sermol

Producers

Red Yes Studio

Rachel Sussman

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Production Credits

Director
Trip Cullman

Creative Team

Playwright
Leslye Headland