Olympia Brown, who became the first female Universalist minister in 1863, was a staunch advocate of women gaining the vote in 1920. CVUUF Chalice Players has chosen this dynamic historical figure to be the basis of an original presentation about women who have made a difference in “Universal Journey” during services. Join us for this special Sunday.
CVUUF Chalice Players
As newspaper readers, many were appalled that both The Los Angeles Times and The New York Times were banned from White House briefings. When the press was called “the opposition party,” Chalice Players, our congregational theater company, decided to make their voices heard. “No Fake News Here” will present three taped stories showing how press reports can affect a health care bill, a wall being built, and a journalist being fired.
Based on the Tony Award winning musical “A Chorus Line” that was a hit on Broadway half a century ago, the five member ensemble will use the theme of “Who are you becoming?” to perform original monologues and songs.