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Sunday, March 04, 2007

Real, Catholic Theater - Epiphany Studio Productions

One of the people I met during our prayerful protest last night was Jeremy Stanbary of Epiphany Studio Productions. This man does some stellar work and through his very public witness, and of course the "side effect" of true evangelization, he brings the word of Christ to the masses.

Epiphany Studio Productions has an upcoming event, The Scrutiny Passion:

Come see the debut of an all original, collaborative Performing Arts project between Epiphany Studio Productions and the St. Olaf Catholic Church Worship & Sacred Music Series. Featuring international performers, Jeremy D. Stanbary and Maggie Mahrt, this new drama brings to life the Passion of Jesus Christ through the eyes of three gospel figures who were changed forever by their encounter with the Messiah: the Samaritan woman at the well, the man born blind, and Mary, the sister of Lazarus. The play reveals deep insights into the human condition, the mystery of suffering, as well as God's infinite mercy and love. The original musical score will be performed live at the premiere wont want to miss this beautiful and deeply inspirational production!

Lenten Premiere: March 29th & March 30th, 2007 @ 7:00pm both nights

Location: St. Olaf Catholic Church in downtown Minneapolis (215 S. 8th Street - parking available in the St. Olaf parking lot or across 3rd Ave. in the Excel Energy parking ramp).

Tickets: $10.00/person (25% discount available for groups of 10 or more)

Please consider supporting this endeavor even if you cannot attend; we've seen the destruction and chaos of secular theatre; isn't it time to support authentic and fulfilling Catholic arts?


Cathy_of_Alex said...

I may be able to go on the 29th. I have to check my calendar to be sure.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Adoro!

Thanks, Cathy!

I emailed a response to the Pioneer Press critic of P&W, but no response back yet. If anyone wishes to view my response, visit:

I also submitted an editorial to the Pioneer Press. We'll see if it published.


Adoro said...

Jeremy, I read your letter, it's very well stated. Thank you.