Step behind the pulpit and into the intriguing world of Mass Appeal, a thought-provoking play that offers an intimate glimpse into the lives of ministers, while fearlessly delving into the often overlooked struggles they face. The Tony Award-winning play by Bill C. Davis tells the story of an older, complacent priest being challenged to a bolder faith by a young, idealistic seminarian with a past.
St. John’s United Methodist Church will host two performances of the play at 7:30 p.m. July 22 and 29, in its sanctuary at 1501 University Ave. Seats are available at stjohnslubbock.org for a suggested $20 donation.
The two-man show stars St. John’s member, stand-up comedian and actor Greg Carley, and fourth-year Julliard School drama student Eli Kollman. The show is directed by well-known local photographer and thespian Mark Umstot.
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