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By Bill C. Davis
When Father Tim Farley, an established and well-loved priest of a prosperous congregation agrees to take Mark Dolson, an idealistic young seminarian, under his wing…all hell breaks loose. But though the two begin as different as oil is to water, Father Tim is soon reminded of the firebrand he once was, and Mark comes to realize that forbearance is as vital to the calling as righteousness. in the end their confrontation is a funny, touching examination of the nature of friendship, courage, and the infinite variety and power of love.
William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play, (Abridged)
April 15-16 and 21-24 at 7:30.
If you are familiar with THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (abridged), or you witnessed our very successful production of THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF AMERICA (abridged), then you will have an idea of the kind of show it is...fast paced, raucous, uproarious, and a delight not only to watch, but to perform. I gotta tell you, Austin Tichenor and Adam Reed REALLY know how to put together a fun show!
It is a cast of three people. If you have a sense of humor, if you have a love of Shakespeare, or a desire to parody the hell out of The Bard, if you've been looking for the perfect vehicle for your quirky individuality...this is it.
This is going to be a special one.
Life beats down and crushes the soul and art reminds you that you have one.
- Stella Adler