We knew our production of CHURCH might be provocative--after all it is the work of one of America’s most provocative playwrights. But CHURCH has succeeded beyond our expectations. We have had an outpouring of responses, ranging from delight to dismissal. Some people have even walked out in the middle of the show, and that never happens at THEATREWORKS. CHURCH may be the most controversial production in our history. So it seems only right that our Artistic Director, Murray Ross, should stand up and face the music for including this play in the THEATREWORKS season. He will do so this Sunday, November 6, at 2:30 p.m. in the Bon Vivant Theater. He will talk about the play, about Young Jean Lee, and about the responses CHURCH has provoked, and then open the floor for group discussion. If you loved CHURCH, or if you hated CHURCH, or if you were just plain baffled by CHURCH, you are particularly invited to this THEATREWORKS town meeting. Beverages will be served, and we will check all rotten fruit at the door. Remember that while light will be shed, this is also the day Daylight Savings ends.