Gray, Indiana welcomes conversation about the difficult subjects of life

By Gabbi Johnson

Gabbi Johnson is a senior and writes for The Talon newspaper. She enjoys to dance, read and write. As well as taking dance classes and performing, she also teaches classes for younger students. Her favorite genres to read are fantasy and fiction.

Posted: November 2, 2013

Minnehaha’s cast of Jim Leonard’s Anatomy of Gray goes back to the 1800s in Gary, Indiana to deal with issues of faith, hope and death.

After her father’s funeral, June Muldoon asks God to send a doctor to her small town to prevent further deaths. After the doctor’s surprising arrival, he seems to be able to fix every ailment, but his glory doesn’t last forever.

“It’s a fantastic, heartfelt story about coming of age,” said director Nicholas Freeman.

Freeman is excited to present a play that deals with real issues, such as why a loving God would let people become sick and die. You can see the show on Nov. 14- 16 at 7:30 with a 2:30 matinee on the 16th.

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