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April 18, 2008

Why is Freemasons' Hall pink?

Folks driving past the Temple last night, tonight, and through the weekend may note with some surprise that the building has been lit up in pink rather than its usual blue.

This is in honor of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, which will take place in Indianapolis on Saturday, April 19.

We hope that our ladies as well as the rest of the community appreciate our support for this important event.

April 29, 2008

"MEETING OF MINDS" BRINGS HISTORY TO LIFE ON STAGE

For immediate release 5-1-08
Point of Contact
Robert R. Rini
Business Office: 337 Parkway Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46225-2509
Phone: 317-201-3436
Fax: (317) 634-9063

"MEETING OF MINDS" BRINGS HISTORY TO LIFE ON STAGE

The cast: Galileo Galilei (Bob Rini), Emily Dickinson (Glory June Greiff), Charles Darwin, (George Dokes), Stevie Allen (Mary Hunt), and Attila the Hun (Carl Conway), are in for a lively evening of discussion at Steve Allen’s home in "Meeting of Minds." This family-friendly visit with these famous figures from history is a stage adaptation of the Steve Allen scripted popular public television series. Performances are at the Freemason Hall Theater on May 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, & 18. The theater is located at 525 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis 46204. The play is produced by the Stage Actors Workshop. Friday and Saturday performances begin at 7:30 pm; and Sunday matinees begin at 2 pm. A Mason accompanied by his family will be admitted for only a donation to the Freemason Hall Building fund. For non-Masons tickets are $12 for adults; children 16 years old and younger will be admitted free with a paying adult. Reservations are NOT required. For information, or directions call 201-3436.

World-conqueror Attila the Hun will face-off with Galileo and Darwin while the reclusive Emily Dickinson adds her thoughts. The gathering of these historical figures is the brain-child of Steve Allen. The action of the play takes place at his home, in an informal setting. What would these famous people say to each other if they met today? That is the clever premise of Mr. Allen’s family-friendly script, which had a successful run on PBS in the 1970s.

The Stage Actors' Workshop is a not-for-profit community theater acting company comprised of talented people who do theater for the love of it. Their mission is to bring to the public live stage shows that are entertaining and educational at a cost that will not break the family budget. Children 16 years-old and younger are always admitted free with a paying adult. Bob Rini has served as the company’s artistic director since its inception in 1998. They offer affordable acting classes for adults and children. More information may be obtained by e-mailing them at bobrini@yahoo.com .

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