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Bad Brother: Religion and Politics '69- Storytelling at the Provincetown Playhouse:

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Are there parallels between the circumstances of late ‘60’s and our current political/social stresses? In Bad Brother, Loren Niemi draws on his experience of being in a Catholic religious order during the tumult of Vietnam, Civil Rights, and Vatican II, including his involvement with the September 1968 burning of draft files with homemade napalm by the Milwaukee 14 and their subsequent trial. As Loren says, "I entered The Christian Brothers order Catholic and left seven years later a bad Buddhist with an FBI file."

Appropriate for  adults and youth 13 and older

The Provincetown Playhouse
133 MacDougal Street
New York, NY