St. Mary’s to join Acts of Faith Festival

 To present To Whom It May Concern, by Carol Hall in Mid January

With direction by Jason Campbell, and musical direction by Kim Fox and conceived by Carol Hall, this joyful musical took Off Broadway by surprise. It is a tuneful, warm and witty observation of what really goes on in the hearts and minds of people as they participate in a church service with the professional talents of Rhonda Abouhana, Brian Baez, Taylor Bernard, Alison Gillman, Tarnee Kendell-Hudson, Lisa Kotula, Scott Melton, Jake Oswell, Don Semmens, Gayle Turner, Durron Tyre, Chloe Williams, and Ingrid Young. Proceeds after costs are met will benefit CARITAS. CARITAS mobilizes Greater Richmond through its congregations to protect individuals and families in crisis and empowers those who strive for housing independence. Concessions will be offered by St. Mary’s Youth Group, and will benefit their upcoming mission trip.

 “A celebration! … Communities will be presenting To Whom It May Concern for years to come.”— N.Y. Times.

“A melodic score and a joyous communal spirit which doesn’t end until the house lights come up!”—Associated Press

“Witty, inspiring. its applications are universal.”— N.Y. Daily News.

When: Performances on January 18 (join us for the Parish Supper beforehand), January 20 and 21 at 7 pm and at 2 pm on Sunday,January 22

Where: At St. Mary’s Episcopal Church at 12291 River Road, Richmond, VA 23238

Details: Acts of Faith post-show discussion/talk back onSunday, January 22nd

 Tickets available at the door: $20 for adults and $10 for youth 18 and under.

Seating is general admission.