When an evangelical Christian couple leaves a dreary life in Minnesota for Florida in pursuit of a business turning abandoned motels into gospel-themed inns, they embark upon an unplanned exploration of religious faith. Grace investigates "the difference between belief and knowledge, and the consequences of mistaking one for the other," TheatreLab artistic director Deejay Gray says of the play, which will be produced in association with Henley Street Theatre and Richmond Shakespeare. During their journey, the couple meets an atheist NASA scientist who recently lost his fiancée in a car crash and a pest exterminator who is tormented by a dark childhood episode. "As their stories converge, [the] characters find themselves face-to-face with the most eternally vexing questions: the nature of faith, the meaning of suffering and the possibility of redemption," Gray says. March 22 to April 5. Times vary. $25. RVA Event Space. 340-0115 or theatrelabrva.com .