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WHAT:  Reading of Mike Peroz’ Appearances WHEN:  Monday, October 12th at 8PM WHERE:  The Capri Theatre, 2027 West Broadway Ave, Minneapolis, MN  55411 DIRECTIONS: For a map, click HERE
SYNOPSIS:  Ardis Olson is hurrying across campus to biochemistry class, when she sees a woman in blue and white robes standing on a bush: the Virgin Mary.  “Love one another as God has loved you,” Mary says.  “But I’m a Lutheran!” replies Ardis, who is not normally the sort to have visions.  Her boyfriend and parents are horrified.  Young Pastor Ray thinks Martin Luther probably wouldn’t approve, but, still, . . .  Ray’s Catholic priest friend is skeptical.  And what about Grace Antonelli, who wants to touch the face of God? ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT:  Michael Peroz had several plays read for the General Members Roundtable of the Playwrights’ Center, in Minneapolis.  In 1992, his play Fern was one of eight plays chosen nationally for the Playwrights' Center's Stagetime reading program. His short play Misfire was produced in September 2002 by the Great American History Theatre in St. Paul, Minnesota, as part of an anthology of playlets called Under the Stars and Stripes: Stories of World War II, the opening production of their 2002-2003 season.  His short play Infinite Justice was chosen to be produced as part of the "Fast Fringe" at the 2005 Minnesota Fringe Festival.  His play Thorns was the winning play in the Full-Length category of the 2010 New Play Contest of the Chameleon Theatre Circle (Burnsville, Minnesota) and was voted as the audience favorite at their New Play Festival reading.  In May 2014, Thorns was given a staged reading as part of the Greenhouse Project of the Workhouse Theatre Company in Minneapolis. 
Reading of Conlan Carter's The Fractal Pattern - Pictured: Matthew A. Everett, Steven Lewer, Briana Patnode, Michael Renner, Bethany Simmons, Kristina Rodby, Bethany Hummel
New Greenhouse Project Reading Series Schedule Announced for 2015-2016!
It’s BACK!!!  Workhouse Theatre Company is proud to present the third year of our Greenhouse Project public play reading series.  Scripts are now being accepted for this year.  Are you a playwright with ties to Minnesota?  To find out more about the program and how to submit your script, click HERE