Point Loma Playhouse is proud to present...
Re-Streaming Sep 18,19,20
This thoughtful, powerful and funny play deals with the generation gap found in the priesthood. Mark Dolson, a young seminarian, comes to study and work with Father Tim Farley, an older priest who has burned out internally, his faith and his passion but has years of experience in the showmanship of the priesthood. When young Dolson begins to call Father Farley on his sloppy, passionless, theology and his contradictions in his life, the fire roars. Before it is over, both men learn from one another and form a bond.
Cast & Crew
About the Director
Jerry Pilato (Director) attended the University of The Incarnate Word in San Antonio with a major in Theatre. Moving to San Diego in 2005 he has directed on numerous local stages including: The Broadway Theatre and The AVO Playhouse in Vista, The Sunshine Brooks Theatre in Oceanside, 6th@Penn (Ion), Lamplighters, The Horton Grand, Ocean Beach and Playhouse, OB Playhouse. For PLP productions include Speed The Plow, Clever Little Lies, Building The Wall, First Night, One Slight Hitch and The Fantasticks. He has been awarded Best Director awards from the Alamo Theatre Arts Council, in San Antonio for Chicago, and When Pigs Fly (Musical), I Hate Hamlet and First Night (comedy), American Buffalo, and Taking Sides (drama). For Different Stages/San Diego he has directed: The Dixie Swim Club, The Psychic, Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, MOMologues, Race, Last Train To Nibroc, and Lone Star Laundry and Bourbon among others.