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Morning Star Productions will present It’s a Wonderful Life at the Theater space at Eastbrook Church, December 1 through 9th. Experience the excitement of a live theater version of this classic, Christmas film. All of Bedford Falls comes alive in full color – the dauntless George Bailey, the imperious Mr. Potter, the irrepressible Clarence, and all the other characters we know and love so well. Celebrate the season with this endearing story of hope and second chances, adapted from the film by James W. Rodgers.

December 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 2018
Thursday, Friday and Saturdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 3 pm
onstage at Eastbrook Church, 5385 N Green Bay Avenue, Milwaukee

 

Tickets – $12,  Group Tickets:  10 or more – $10, Thursday, December 6, $10 

www.morningstarproductions.org

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Return with us to 1916 at our June fundraiser. Morning Star is hosting HOUSE TOURS and a 1916 REENACTMENT of a Gala event that happened at a Lake Drive mansion 100 years ago. (See flyer below). For details and tickets, visit: http://www.morningstarproductions.org


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MILWAUKEE PREMIERE OF FREUD’S LAST SESSION – A BATTLE OF WITS BETWEEN TWO GREAT MINDS OF THE 2OTH CENTURY

Freud’s Last Session, a cooperative theater event from Morning Star Productions and Acacia Theatre opens October 2 at the Theater Space at Eastbrook Church in Milwaukee.   Listed as one of the “Most Promising 25 Shows of Milwaukee’s New Season” by the Journal Sentinel, the play is a Milwaukee premiere.
Set in Freud’s London home, on the day England entered WW II,  Freud’s Last Session is an imaginary meeting between Sigmund Freud, the “father of psychotherapy”, and C. S. Lewis, Christian apologist.
Freud’s Last Session is a hard-hitting game of verbal and intellectual chess, with both Lewis and Freud bandying wits, beliefs and desires.  Assisted suicide, the after life, and the power of myth enter into the conversation.  Even as they debate, Freud is tortured by the excruciating pain of his oral cancer which evokes a compassion in Lewis, deepening a bond already begun with the men’s shared humor.  Throughout the tough exchange is woven a lightness which is almost like the music that is intermittently played and discussed.
Performances are Fridays, Saturdays, October 2, 3 ,9,10, 23 and 24, at 7:30 pm; Sundays, October 4,11, 25, at 3 pm; and Thursday, October 8 at 7:30 pm.  All shows are at the Theater Space at Eastbrook Church, 5385 N. Green Bay Ave., Milwaukee, 53209. Adult tickets are 18$; Seniors, Students and Clergy tickets are 15$.
For tickets and more information, contact:
www.morningstarproductions.org
or www.acaciatheatre.com,
or 414-744-5995