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Next On Stage
The St. Francis Chapel has
very limited seating, so don't delay -
make your reservations early!
February 13 -
March 1, 2020
St. Francis Chapel at St. Luke's Home
Set in a remote part of New Mexico, six people find themselves in a small mission church, brought together by the closing of a highway due to a possible accident at a nearby nuclear facility. Brightly humorous and deeply affecting, Angels Fall becomes a parable of calling and crossroads which, in exploring the lives of its characters, illuminates the human condition.
This "site-specific" production, produced at the beautifully restored St Francis Chapel on the grounds of St. Luke's Home, features Susan Cookie Baker, Shanna Brock, Glen Coffman, David Alexander Johnston, Cole Potwardowski, Luke Salcido, and is directed by Molly Lyons.
Angels Fall is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.
About the St. Francis Chapel
St. Luke's Home - 639 E Adams Street, Tucson
The St. Francis Chapel, at St. Luke's Home was designed by famed Tucson architect Josias Joesler.
Joesler was an eclectic architect who was born in Switzerland in 1895, studied in Europe, married Natividad Lorenzo in Barcelona, Spain, in 1924, and moved to Cuba and then Mexico before settling in Los Angeles.
In 1927, Joesler was invited to Tucson by developer John Murphey to design custom homes and office buildings. Thus started a long partnership that resulted in magnificent homes in the Catalina Foothills, unique commercial buildings, a school for girls converted into a world-renowned resort (Hacienda del Sol) and churches including St. Michael and All Angels, St. Francis Chapel and St. Philip's in the Hills.
In May 2001, a restoration committee was organized under the direction of Joanne Bennett and Margaret Kordsiemon. The architects were Ralph Comey and Janet Parkhurst, and the general contractor was Ed Houston. Funding came from the Arizona Historic Preservation Heritage Fund, the Southwest Education and Restoration Foundation, Clark Rasche and other donors
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