Just got word of an intriguing show at the College of New Rochelle. Here’s the release
“The College of New Rochelle Office of Mission and Identity will present “Fool for Christ,” a one-woman performance by Sarah Melici, on April 27 at 7 p.m. in Romita Auditorium on the Main Campus of the College.
“The performance explores the life of Dorothy Day: her loves, her spirituality, and her politics. Dorothy Day, founder of the Catholic Worker movement, is a candidate for canonization, and is one of the most extraordinary and influential Catholics in the 20th century.
“Sarah Melici, a New Jersey-based actress, has performed in Vaclav Havel’s “Temptation” at the New York Public Theatre and toured in “Driving Miss Daisy.” Her TV credits include “Law and Order,” “The Golden Years,” and the pilot “News at Twelve.” Since 1998 she has chosen to perform exclusively in “Fool for Christ,” saying, “Many people have told me that seeing ‘Fool for Christ’ has been a life changing experience for them. It has been for me.”
“The performance is presented free and is open to the public. For more information on this important presentation, contact Dr. Joan Bailey, Vice President for Mission and Identity, at 914-654-5547 or email@example.com.”