Patricia C. Caple has come out of retirement to create and oversee the first-ever St. Ambrose Episcopal Church Theater Ministry. For its first production, set for the stage April 26 and April 27, Caple is directing Lorraine Hansberry's "A Raisin in the Sun," and has invited both church members and local veteran and novice actors to the stage.
Patricia C. Caple has come out of retirement to create and oversee the first-ever St. Ambrose Episcopal Church Theater Ministry. For its first production, set for the stage April 26 and April 27, Caple is directing Lorraine Hansberry's "A Raisin in the Sun," and has invited both church members and local veteran and novice actors to the stage. LORI D.R. WIGGINS - News & Observer contributor
Patricia C. Caple has come out of retirement to create and oversee the first-ever St. Ambrose Episcopal Church Theater Ministry. For its first production, set for the stage April 26 and April 27, Caple is directing Lorraine Hansberry's "A Raisin in the Sun," and has invited both church members and local veteran and novice actors to the stage. LORI D.R. WIGGINS - News & Observer contributor

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