A new play in development by The Spin Doctor is a surreal representation of the hate and divisiveness of our times today. The evil one has returned; he is ever-present. He speaks eloquently, but he preaches hate and fear. Will he succeed in leading us, yet again, into our own demise? Are he and his minions indestructible? How can we stand, speak, survive? Join us for a talk back, share your ideas to stop the spin.
Come see The Spin Doctor! June 29th@7pm June 30@2pm La Jolla Community Center
Admission is free 10.00 suggested donation reserve a seat 858-859-2281 or email@example.com
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RAVES FROM CRITICS AND AUDIENCES ALIKE
In 1942, 73-year-old Henri Matisse was living in Nice, recovering from a serious operation. He needed help, so he hired Monique Bourgeois, a 21-year-old nursing student. While she looked after him, they debated religion, art and the meaning of commitment --- and he came to love her.
Five years later, they were both living in Vence. Now she was Sister Jacques-Marie, living in a convent where the chapel was a garage with a leaky roof. Would Matisse design a stained-glass window so the convent could raise money for repairs? Instead, he created a new chapel, the Chapelle du Rosaire, for her; the building stands as a testament to the enduring care she gave him.
“This is not a work that I chose, but rather a work for which I was chosen by fate, he said. “It is the masterpiece of my entire career.”