Erie, PA, March 18, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Joan D Chittister Lecture/Event Series features Teri Bays’ One-Woman Play and Joan Chittister on Friday, May 3 at 7pm, Mercyhurst University, Performing Arts Center, Erie, PA.
On May 3, 2019, Teri Bays will present Joan Chittister: Her story, my story, our story, an hour-long one-woman play for the Joan D. Chittister Lecture/Event series held at the Performing Arts Center of Mercyhurst University. In addition, Chittister, a Benedictine Sister of Erie and advocate for justice, peace and equality issues will be speaking at this event. Past distinguished guests have included Maria Shriver, Cokie Roberts and Tom Roberts (Chittister’s biographer and editor of NCR.)
Playwright and actor, Bays portrays several characters in Joan's life and her own, exploring the adversity, abuse and intersecting lives of women. The connection between Chittister and Bays is revealed in the play.
“The work is seamlessly, artfully and movingly welded together. It’s a fresh and interesting approach to the notion of the universality of women today. It has heart and substance… great praise.” Joan Chittister
Read Morristown Green review: https://morristowngreen.com/2017/09/18/the-church-needs-women-for-its-salvation-one-woman-play-champions-nuns-quest-for-social-justice/
Joan Chittister, OSB, author of over 60 books, is an international speaker, theologian and co-chair of the Global Peace Initiative of Women.
Playwright and actor, Bays, is the author of Through Stained Glass: The priests of my life and has recorded two CDs. Professional music credits include NYC cabaret, leading roles in off-Broadway, regional and summer stock musical theatre.
For bookings, contact Teri at 928-274-0674 or email: info@JoanChittisterThePlay.com