On the Third Day


Caravaggio’s ‘The Incredulity of Saint Thomas’, 1602

Excerpts from the reviews

‘On the Third Day’ explores the concept of faith through the eyes of Luigi, a Renaissance painter, excellently played by T. Ryder Smith . . . Luigi, who is suffering a creative block due to the lack of belief in the subjects that are his stock in trade, struggles with . . . his own faith through participation in a Passion play in which he portrays Thomas, the doubting disciple. . . This is a large cast, well assembled and flawlessly directed. The sets are spartan and harsh, but they have the ambience about them that makes you imagine you are actually feeling the blown sand and smelling the gore of Golgotha . . . “ Robert McKinney, Bristol Courier-Herald