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Epiphany Studio Productions is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to a renewal of culture through a Catholic-Christian vision in the fine and performing arts. This vision finds particular guidance and inspiration from the artistic philosophy of Karol Wojtyla (Pope John Paul II), especially his 1999 Letter to Artists. Our mission is focused primarily in the production and distribution of live and recorded professional theatrical productions but also includes, yet is not limited to, educational theater, dance, music and art classes along with the acquisition and management of such facilities and assets as to make this mission a vibrant and ever expanding reality.
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