Demons, lovers, and the rich meet in The Sublime Theater's world premiere of Julian W. Vorus's You're Going to Hell, Deidre Jean. Known for transgressive, darkly humorous plays such as Rock Saber, Red Black White, The Bog, and Mothertongue, Vorus teams up with director John Crutchfield and choreographer Kristi DeVille to bring adventurous audiences his latest experiment in comedy and madness. Starring Lydia Congdon, Cathy O’Connor, Glenn Reed, Steven Samuels, Olivia Stuller, Julian W. Vorus, and Seth Whitaker, the play—Vorus’s first in four years—tells the tale of a wealthy family haunted by a pair of demons who must decide which family member to haul off to hell. “It's very much a ‘sins of the fathers’ story,” says Crutchfield, “or, rather, ‘sins of the mothers,’ as it explores the way families, through their own blindness, create vicious circles of behavior that get passed from one generation to the next. In typically Vorusian fashion, it’s both harrowing and hilarious. “Julian’s work has always been difficult to categorize or even describe. It's sui generis in both language and form, which is what makes it so exciting—and challenging—to produce.” With sound design by John Vorus, costume design by Elizabeth Evans, set design by Emmaleigh Moriniti, lighting design by Jason Williams, and stage management by Rachel McCrain, You’re Going to Hell, Deidre Jean will be one of The Sublime’s most elaborate and outrageous productions yet. Performances Thursdays-Saturdays at 7:30 PM, April 2-18, at The BeBe Theatre, 20 Commerce Street, in downtown Asheville, NC. All seats $15. Tickets are available in advance online at https://bit.ly/39xDZRJ and at The BeBe box office an hour before each performance. Due to extremely limited seating, advance purchase is strongly recommended.