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Minds Production is a 501 (c)(3) non profit organization so your contributions,
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Coming Soon:  GHOST IN THE HOUSE
Written by Ernie Hudson & Frank Megna




































Harol Gould, Jean Smart, Jack Maxwell, Ray Abruzzo and Mark Moses. Pictures
by
Cathryn Farnsworth.























Stana Katic and Joe Spano
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The new play is about the life and times
of the first African-American
Heavyweight Boxing Champion Jack
Johnson.  Ernie Hudson stars in the
one-man show that recounts the racism
and vindictiveness of White America
against a man whose talents went way
beyond the ring.  Johnson was a
musician, raconteur, entertainer, horse
jockey, bullfighter, inventor,  a secret
agent during World War I.  He was an
infamous Lothario who flaunted his
flashy lifestyle in the face of
contemporary mores.  Jack Johnson was
the catalyst for celebrations,
condemnations and deadly riots from all
sides of the racial divide.  Ghost in the
House is directed by Frank Megna.
Top: Richard Gilliland and Joe
Mantegna. Ernie Hudson with his
back to the camera.

Middle: Frank Megna

Bottom: Jack Maxwell

Left: Stana Katic as Cleopatra
and Joe Spano as Father
Thomas Aquinas.

Opening Minds & Working Stage Theater
Present
SURFING DNA
Written and performed by
Jodi Long
Directed by Frank Megna























Previews:   September 5, 6 and 7.
Opens: September 8
, through September 29.
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM, Sunday  at 3 PM
Previews $20, regular tickets $30
TICKETS

PLAY ON DEMAND:

My Life on a Diet starring  
Renée Taylor,
Written by  
Renée Taylor & Joe Bologna

and Directed by
Joe Bologna,
is now available as a play on
demand.

If you have a group of 20
people or more you can book
this show for a Thursday
evening or Sunday Matinée.

Make this a corporate event or
a treat for your organization --
and we'll include a reception
with the artists in the package
deal.

Contact us at
info@workingstage.com for
more information.

Surfing DNA is a journey of self-
discovery and an exploration of the
imprinted forces—genetic, cultural and
emotional—that steer us through life.
Born in a trunk to vaudevillian parents
on the Chop Suey Circuit, Jodi Long
hilariously and poignantly surfs on a
trek from the Ed Sullivan Show to
medieval Japan to the Scottish
Highlands.  All the while she is
undeniably guided by the forces
embedded in her DNA and compelled
by the evolutionary power of self-
creation.