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May 4, 2004


Contact Pat Kerrigan @ 796-3041 or pgkerrigan@viterbo.edu

LYDIA: A SELLER OF PURPLE, AN ORIGINAL DRAMA BY FATHER BERNARD McGARTY AT VITERBO MAY 14-16

Attend the debut of Lydia: a Seller of Purple,  an original drama by Father Bernard McGarty. The play, inspired by Acts: 16, will feature director and actress Patricia Angelin-Skemp, originally from La Crosse and now working in New York City.  Lydia, who lived in first-century Greece, was one of the first European converts to Christianity. Lydia which is free and open to the public will be performed May 14 and 15 at 7:30 p.m. and May 16 at 2 p.m. at Viterbo University's Black Box Theatre. Call 796-3100 for ticket information. Fr. McGarty is Visiting Scholar in Ecumenical Studies at Viterbo University.

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