Christine Wiegand, director of Michigan City’s Footlight Players production of “Mass Appeal,” hopes viewers of the acclaimed philosophical drama leave with new perspectives on life based on the dialogue between the shows’ two opposing priests.
MICHIGAN CITY | What happens when an older, set-in-his-ways priest meets a brash, rebellious younger seminarian? The answer lies in the February production of "Mass Appeal" at Footlight Players in Michigan City. Written by Bill Davis, the play contrasts two different styles of ministering, a…
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