Mill City Productions Announces A Virtual Staged Reading

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Mill City Productions (MCP) will hold a virtual staged reading of Jason Odell Williams's comedic drama "Church & State."
The live performance will take place on Jan. 16 at 7:30 p.m. 
After a school shooting, a GOP politician in the heartland experiences a crisis of faith. As his political team scrambles to keep him on message, the story leaks out and forever changes his political career.
Details can be found on the Mill City Productions Facebook page or by visiting Questions can be emailed to contact
Formed in 2004, Mill City Productions is a 501(c)3 non-profit. Serving the community of Northern Berkshire County, MCP is a community-based, multigenerational collaborative focused on creating an outlet for expression and education for theatrical veterans and novices alike. 

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