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Live video | 'A Letter From the Bishop' performed at 7 p.m. Monday by Stonewall in Fort Lauderdale

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From Tony Adams:

In November of 2011, Tony Adams wrote "A Letter From The Bishop", a play about three gay priests and their Catholic bishop who is against marriage equality. It is also about promises, obedience and conscience. Although the characters are entirely fictional, the business of the play is being repeated in cities across the country. The four readers are Ken Averett, Philip Brisbois, Tim Rogers and Chad Thilborger. (That cast includes an Episcopalian priest, an ex-Jesuit and two professional actors. You'll be hard pressed to assign the labels correctly!) The reading is hosted by Stonewall National Museum and Archives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 7PM EST, Monday February 13, 2012.

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