“Brother Sun, Sister Moon” (Starring James Twyman) – Auburn NY February 9th 2020
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The Original Off Broadway Musical, Brother Sun, Sister Moon, a one man musical written and performed by James Twyman.
NY Times Bestselling Author and Famed “Peace Troubadour” James Twyman Will Travel the U.S. Penniless, Performing His New Musical Based on the Life of St. Francis of Assisi on the Way to an Off-Broadway Premier.
Trusting in the goodness and generosity of others to provide transportation, housing and sustenance, in the same manner as St. Francis, Twyman will cross the U.S., inviting audience members and even the homeless for a night of inspiration.
Brother Sun, Sister Moon will grace the stage at the Carriage House Theater in Auburn, NY on Sunday, February 9th at 3PM. The post-show routine will be anything but usual for the Auburn performance. Similar to the Off-Broadway shows, Twyman states, “After the show we’ll share a meal of soup and bread together. Once again, I want to get as close to how St. Francis would have done this as possible. He would have wanted people of every group to come together.”
James Twyman, is the NY Times bestselling author of 16 books including The Moses Code and Emissary of Light. He has also recorded more than 18 music albums including the Billboard chart bestseller I AM Wishes Fulfilled along with Dr. Wayne Dyer, as well as produced or directed seven feature films.
While this is a free community event sponsored by the Harriet Tubman Center for Justice & Peace and Sheila Applegate, we welcome and will appreciate donations in any amount to help off-set production
Seating is limited. Reservations are required. Reserve your FREE Tickets now.
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Carriage House Theater• Located behind Cayuga Museum
203 Genesee Street, Auburn NY