Presenting the Heroes of the Church, sung and unsung!

In Memoriam.

In Memoriam

In memory of our departed friends who have worked with Quo Vadis Theatre Company in the past and have passed into eternity.

Fr. Bob Kiefer was a supporter of Quo Vadis Theatre Company. 
Here are his thoughts  for our 2000 promo video.

Ray appeared in three performances with Quo Vadis , In “Plunkett” as a barfly and as Judge Pemberton, as Sandro Macreti in “I Heard the Bell Toll,” and as Buford Shelby in the 10th Anniversary program segment “Arrival at Heathrow.”   He was a major part of the Mostly Irish Theatre Company in its heyday.
Scott appeared as James McKenna in “Plunkett”, and as Hadley Cox in “A Question of Ethics.” He also directed “I Heard the Bell Toll.”
d. 2010
Nancy served as the costume consultant for “Margaret of Castello” in 2009
d. 2003
Joe played the part of Anthony Cooper (Lord Shaftsbury) in “Plunkett” His last role was Sgt. Fogarty in the Mostly Irish Theatre Company’s production of “Pigtown”
Rick directed the first three Quo Vadis productions and played Matt Brady in the staged reading of “The Last Novena”
d. 1999
Margaret played Mrs. Yoward, Margaret Clitherow’s housekeeper friend in “The Pearl of York.”

Eternal Rest Grant them, O Lord, and may the Perpetual Light shine upon them,

and through the Mercy of God, may they rest in Peace.