In the Words of Mother Teresa
From left: Eric Domuret, Leigh McLeroy, Paule Anne Lewis, Cynthia Colbert, Sister Francesca Kearns, Betty Nunnally, Cathal Gallagher. (Photo Credit: Amanda Faucett Photography)
To kick off the production of Malcolm and Teresa, a panel was held on Saturday, May 4 at St. Thomas' Jones Hall that included several of Houston’s religious and social services leaders and playwright Cathal Gallagher. They discussed the legacy of Mother Teresa and what each of us can do to make a difference in our communities.
- Elizabeth Nunnally - SVP Programs, Star of Hope Mission
- Cynthia Colbert - President, Catholic Charities
- Sister Francesca Kearns - Assistant Congregational Leader and General Councilor
- Paule Anne Lewis - President/CEO San José Clinic
- Cathal Gallagher - Playwright
A.D. Players Presents Malcolm and Teresa
Malcolm and Teresa tells the true story of BBC Reporter Malcolm Muggeridge, who showed the world the truth of man's evils, and his interviews with Mother Teresa, who showed him the truth of God's love. A staunch supporter of the then new Soviet political system in the 30's, Muggeridge eagerly set out to report from the Soviet Union, only to find that millions were starving in the Ukraine. When he later interviewed a then-unknown Mother Teresa, her way of serving the poor opened his and the world's eyes.
A. D. Players production of Malcolm and Teresa previews May 22 and 23, opens on May 24 and runs through June 23. Tickets are available by visiting www.adplayers.org or by calling the Box Office at 713-526-2721. Performances are at Grace Theater, 2710 W. Alabama.