On stage at ACT Theater is a play about two inmates and their different outlooks on life. One man is on Death Row and has found God. The other is facing attempted murder charges and has lost faith.
The play is called "Jesus Hopped the A Train." It was written by Stephen Adly Guirgis and world premiered in New York in 2000.
Now it's in Seattle, in a production by a Seattle company called Azeotrope that thrives on material that's edgy and provocative.