Propaganda for the Converted PR

nimbus brings the Revolution and the Resurrection to the Minneapolis Theater Garage.

October 14, 2005

Seeing that workers are on the verge of revolution, two agitators enter a foreign country to sow the seeds of dissent. Caught in the center of the rebellion is a young woman torn between faithfulness to her cause and compassion for her people. This is Propaganda for the Converted, a challenging and provocative original play written by Philadelphia poet and playwright David Spolum and presented by nimbus. Propaganda for the Converted is a collision orchestrated from Bertolt Brecht's The Measures Taken and T.S. Eliot's The Rock: A Pageant Play. The result is a uniquely engaging tragedy that examines the role of the individual within society and the subjugation of personal desire to powerful ideologies. As the play’s disparate worlds collide, the audience must come to terms with their own beliefs about the action on stage and the world beyond it. Propaganda for the Converted will be presented October 28 – November 20 at the Minneapolis Theater Garage, 2000 Lyndale Ave S, in Minneapolis. Performances run Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 3pm. Friday Oct. 28 – 8 pm Saturday Oct. 29 – 8 pm Sunday Oct. 30 – 3 pm Thursday Nov. 3 – 8 pm Friday Nov. 4 – 8 pm Saturday Nov. 5 – 8 pm Sunday Nov. 6 – 3 pm. Monday Nov. 7 - 8 p.m. *Pay-what-you-can Thursday Nov. 10 – 8 pm Friday Nov. 11 – 8 pm Saturday Nov. 12 – 8 pm Sunday Nov. 13 – 3 pm Thursday Nov. 17 – 8 pm Friday Nov. 18 – 8 pm Saturday Nov. 19 – 8 pm Sunday Nov. 20 – 3 pm Tickets are $10 on Thursdays, $12 all other days, and $16 for the opening night performance and gala. A special pay-what-you-can performance will be held on Monday, November 19th. Tickets are available by calling nimbus at (651) 229-3122 or on our website at Cast and crew interviews and preview arrangements can be made by contacting Josh Cragun at (612) 237-9810 or via e-mail at nimbus has been producing interesting, experimental, and challenging theatre in the Twin Cities since 2001. We strive to present an engaging mix of under-appreciated works by established playwrights, new plays by emerging playwrights and innovative company-created productions.