A Letter From The Bishop is a play about the friendship shared by three gay priests and how they react to their bishop's demand that all his priests read a letter ordering Catholics to vote against same-sex marriage. One of the priests objects to the bishop's demand. This alters his friendship with the other two and leads to a confrontation with the bishop. The answer to the question “Will he or won’t he read the anti-gay letter?” is revealed in the final scene.
Meet The Cast: Jimmy Moon As "Father John"
Jimmy Moon has appeared as Paul in Cabfare for the Common Man, Walter in Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (Sweet and Tart Productions) Terrence in Bed & Breakfast at the Algonquin Theatre, Larry in In The Schoolyard at Theatre for the New City and Paul in Mother Me Therapy at Cherry Lane Theatre along with various student films and commercials including the title role in Adam Harvanek’s The Night Janitor. In October of 2007, he danced and sang with Boston soprano Karyn Leavitt at Carnegie Hall in The Age of Romance: Vienna to Broadway. Favorite theatre roles include Father in Ragtime, Amos Hart in Chicago, Luther Billis in South Pacific, Uncle Max in The Sound of Music, and Tulsa in Gypsy.