From London and Broadway, a one-man play that has been called “utterly enthralling” will be at the Seminole Theatre for two performances only. “The Gospel of Mark” has endured since the Middle Ages when the all-powerful Church controlled even entertainment. This particular play was done in such dramatic fashion, it unknowingly paved the way for men such as Shakespeare. Homestead’s Chris Coppolo gives a powerful performance. He and the director, Phillip Church of What If Works Theater and Film, will later engage the audience in a discussion of why this play is a part of theater history.
Sat, Nov 4, 2017 8:00 p.m. and Sun, Nov 5th, 3:00 p.m. Tickets are only $15; $10 for seniors and students. Visit www.seminolehteatre.org, call 768 650-2073, or stop by the Box Office 18 Krome Ave, Homestead Tu-Sat 12-6:00 p.m.
There will also be an opportunity to contribute to the Farmworkers Association of Florida supporting workers impacted by Hurricane Irma.