Tuesday’s performance of “Pray for the Dead-A Musical Tale of Morgues, Moguls and Mutiny” benefits Reverend Graylan Hagler’s Plymouth Congregational Church. “Reverend Hagler generously donated rehearsal space that played an important role in helping Pray for the Dead come alive this summer,” says the musical’s author, Gene Bruskin. “Reverend Hagler and Plymouth have played a central role in many of the most progressive movements in our area for years. The church is undergoing extensive and expensive renovation to make it fully accessible and deserves the community’s full support.” The labor musical features morgue workers as the unlikely protagonists as it tackles the issues of inequality, attacks on unions and corporate and political corruption. For more information contact: plymouthcongreg[email protected] or click here.
DC LABORFest 2021