The Church of Scientology opens its doors to artistic expression as a public service. This April, the church will host a musical theatre evening on April 7th.
Recently the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville hosted a musical theatre which fused a Nashville-style writers’ night with New York City-style cabaret, including songs from new musicals as well as Broadway classics and standards.
Corinne Sullivan, president of the church, says, “We offer our space as a service to the community for meetings, musicals, writers’ nights, seminars and more.” Sullivan went on to say, “We have a special interest in the arts. [Founder of the Church of Scientology] L. Ron Hubbard cared deeply about the artists in society as they are the ones who will uplift the culture.”
Arranged by The Actors Reading Room, the April 7 event will feature guest artist Mallory Gleason Mundy, a veteran Broadway actress, choreographer and dance instructor.
“We are happy to host this night of theatre, music and fun,” says Rev. Brian Fesler, pastor of the church. “We have a commitment to the artists and creative people of Nashville.” For more information on the church, visit www.scientology.org.