The Testament of Mary

Directed by Ami Dayan
Featuring Tamara Meneghini

April 26, 27, 29; May 5, 8*, and 12
at 7:30 pm
April 30 at 6:00 pm
May 6 and 13 at 4:00 pm
May 7 at 2:00 pm
*Monday night – Industry Night Special Performance

Panel discussions will follow the performances on:
Saturday, April 29 – after the 7:30 pm show
Sunday, April 30th – after the 6:00 pm show
Friday, May 5th – after the 7:30 pm show
Monday, May 8th – after the 7:30 pm show
Friday, May 12th – after the 7:30 pm show

“A beautiful and daring work.
With a poet’s gift
for imagery . . . Toibin is
at his lyrical best.”
New York Times

Ticket prices are:
$24 general admission
$15 students
$18 seniors

Dairy Arts Center
2590 Walnut Street (26th & Walnut)
Boulder, CO
Box Office: 303-444-7328

The post-show discussions series will deepen and explore themes brought up in the play such as the patriarchal order, silenced testimony, the feminine, the plight of the refugee, the building blocks of faith, and more. It will feature an array of insightful faith and community leaders, academics, historians, and experts in related fields. More information ->

The Panel Discussion Series is curated by
Oriel Eisner and moderated by Roger Wolsey and Kimberly Braun.

Reverend Kimberly Braun – Former Carmelite nun, graduated from the Washington Theological Union seminary in 2004, and has been helping others for over 15 years, through sermons, retreats, and classes live lives of deep Presence, joy, peace and freedom.
Reverend Roger Wolsey – Director & Pastor of Wesley Fellowship at UC Boulder, he is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church who has served churches in Minnesota, Iowa, and Colorado.

Among the panelists announced to date are:
Dr. David Shneer –Chair of the Department of Religious Studies, and Professor of History, Religious Studies and Jewish Studies, University of Colorado Boulder.
Father Dirk Dunfee, S.J – Assistant Professor and Associate University Minister at Regis University.
Reverend Pam Everhart –United Methodist Church and Niwot United Methodist Church.
Dr. Robin Miller –Cofounder, COO and Lead Coach at ARTiculate: Real&Clear.
Reverend Dr. Kay Cook – Spiritual development at St. Aidan’s and Shalem Institute.
Dr. Carl S. Hofmann – Pastor for Congregational Care.
Dr. Deborah Whitehead –Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Religious Studies department, University of Colorado Boulder.
Reverend Bruce Swinehart –Priest-in-charge at St. Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church of Boulder.
Cantor Holli Berman –Cantorial Soloist at Congregation Har Hashem.
Rabbi Hannah Kapnik Ashar  – Rabbinic intern at Congregation Bonai Shalom, Boulder.
Pastor Zach Parris – Zach Parris is the Pastor at the Lutheran Campus Ministry
Mother Mary Kate Rejouis  – rector at St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church, Boulder.
Pastor Chad Kohlmeyer – Lead Pastor at Atonement Lutheran Church, Boulder
Deaconess Dana E Jones — founder and coordinator of JustArts, a ministry with children, youth and adults that works on social justice through the arts.


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