Two women explore, mock, mourn and wrestle with religion in [this] brave new play.  The intersection of race relations and religion is one of the strongest threads of Go Ye Therefore...”
— Molly Reid, The Times-Picayune
The visuals are wonderfully simple and effective.  The performances have great assurance.  Entertaining and thought-provoking.
— Dalt Wonk, Gambit Weekly
An important work that makes one marvel at the absolute intensity of the action and dedication of the performers.
— Alan Smason, Arts Examiner

Go Ye Therefore… is a story about two southern women, one white, one black, both daughters and granddaughters of Southern Baptist preachers.  Rooted in different racial and cultural worship traditions, Kathy Randels and Rebecca Mwase trouble the waters of their Baptist upbringings in search of spirituality’s truth, and revel in the unifying joy of song as they explore the Bible, Baptist history, and the tenuous relationship between the missionary and the native.

Directed by Ashley Sparks, designed by Jeff Becker, with music by Emanuel Burke, costumes by Laura Sirkin-Brown, choreography by Monique Moss and lighting design by Hannah Adams.  Scriptwork: Lisa Shattuck.  Stage manager: Rebecca McLaughlin.

Go Ye Therefore… is a project of HOME, New Orleans?, an initiative of the National Performance Network, with funding provided by The Ford Foundation, and is a National Performance Network Creation Fund Project co-commissioned by Ashé Cultural Arts Center and 7 Stages (Atlanta, GA) and NPN.  Additional support by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council as administered by the Arts Council of New Orleans.