Boy – I don’t write for two months, and then I blindside you with a Lionel Richie lyric ending in a preposition – how’s that for a graceful comeback? You know you love it. I can see it in your eyes, I can see it in your smile…alright, alright, enough of that; it’s kind of abusive, non?
So, um, hi! Fancy meeting you here! I have much to report and much to opine, but I will stick to the reporting and do some opining in the near future just to avoid burning up into tiny bits upon my re-entry into the blogosphere.
The quick and dirty: I can be seen on screen and on stage over the next few weeks as part of the Minnesota Fringe Festival and the Manna Fest, respectively (and in
The Ministry of Cultural Warfare presents
The Tyranny of God’s Love
Our show, “The Tyranny of God’s Love,” is best described as a multimedia road trip from individuality to the universal… In other words, it’s lots of jokes about God and faith and meaning and one’s deepest, darkest soul… In other words, just another day at the theater.
This time around, the cast is Reid Knuttila, Kevin McLaughlin, Nathan Surprenant and Natalie Rae Wass on stage, Leigha Horton on video and—for (almost) the first time ever—MoCW’s artistic director Matthew Foster is in the show (actually, just his voice… and only because he’s the only Minister who speaks French). Matthew’s also directing the live bits and Fringe’s not-too-former Executive Director Leah Cooper joins us as video/audio director. Woot!
Thursday 8/2 at 10:00 PM
Sunday 8/5 at 7:00 PM
Monday 8/6 at 10:00 PM
Friday 8/10 at 4:00 PM
Sunday 8/12 at 5:30 PM
Mrs. Man of God
Augsburg College– Hoversten Chapel
What’s it like to be a man married to a man who is married to the church? Through humor and song, this is a life story of giving and living in the Valley of the Shadows.
Cast: Dennis Curley as Donald; Scott Ford, ensemble; Beth Gilleland, ensemble; Leigha Horton, ensemble; Dane Stauffer, ensemble; written by Beth Gilleland and Donald Bazzini; directed by Blayn Lemke
Tuesday 8/7 at 7:00
Thursday 8/9 at 7:00
Friday 8/10 at 7:00
Saturday 8/11 at 7:00
Sunday 8/12 at 4:00
Come see! They’re both totally worth your $12. Promise.