Tuesday, February 17, 2009

The Vitae Monologues; A play by Epiphany Studio Productions


The Vitae Monologues

A play by Epiphany Studio Productions

I am pleased to announce the premiere of a groundbreaking new pro-life theatrical production, “The Vita Monologues” (or “The Monologues of Life”), which is scheduled to premiere at the University of St. Thomas in the OEC (O’Shaughnessy Educational Center) Auditorium on the main campus in St. Paul on Fri. & Sat., Feb. 27th & 28th, 2009 at 7:30p, and Sun., Mar. 1st at 1:30p.

“The Vitae Monologues” is a 2-person, one act play from Epiphany Studio Productions, featuring international performer Jeremy Stanbary and Sarah Preissner, based on eye-opening and inspiring true stories of post-abortive women and men who have experienced profound healing and forgiveness in Christ after suffering in silence for years from the aftermath of abortion. Very often abortion is a deeply traumatic experience that goes unnamed and unrecognized due to a culture of denial about its real and long lasting negative consequences, which affects millions of men and women today. These true stories of hope and healing and the triumphant beauty of human life deserve a voice within our broken and wounded culture, in order to help foster healing and to bring greater awareness to a trauma that is too frequently undermined and suffered in silence.

“The Vitae Monologues” was developed with the assistance of Silent No More Minnesota and a portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the work of Silent No More. This play also features original music from musician/composer Mr. Nicholas Lemme, a music teacher and member of the Spaghetti Western String Company.

Tickets for the premiere performances are $12/adult or $8/student with a 25% discount for groups of 10 or more. Please note: this play may not be suitable for youth under 12 years old. To purchase tickets, contact Sarah Preissner at: 920-850-5939 or email: spreissner@epiphanystudio.com

1 comment:

Sanctus Belle said...

Ok, this is terribly cynical, but I wonder if this play is too Catholic to be at the College of St. Catherine which loves to have the Vagina Monologues - just a thought. I am often deeply ashamed of my alma mater.