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GLNH Ritual Workshops

December 5 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am EST

We have rescheduled this date to Saturday, March 27, 2021 from 9amto 12 in Rochester.

The next Ritual Performance Workshop on the calendar is on Saturday, January9, 2021 in Jaffrey at Charity Lodge.

Additionally, I have canceled this month’s Ritual Excellence Session atTucker Lodge. The next one will be January 19th a Hiram Lodge in Claremont.

If you have any questions, please email me a grandlecturer@nhgrandlodge.org

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Brethren,

I am excited to announce that I will be hosting a Ritual Performance Workshop featuring Brother Michael T. Brown II.

We will be looking at the ritual through the lens of our ceremonies being dramatic performances. This Workshop will provide insight into how actors prepare for their roles, break down and take an in-depth look into several pieces of our ritual, and provide specific recommendations to help improve your ritual performance. It may even cause you to look at the ritual in a new way!

This will be a highly interactive and unique workshop targeted to any Brother that is currently an officer and wishes to improve their ritual delivery, a Brother that is hoping to join the officer line, or any Brother that wishes to help to give our candidates the absolute best experience possible!

There is no cost for the workshop and is for Master Masons only. Dress is casual.

The workshops will take place on Saturdays, 9-11:30am except, 9/13 which is Sunday, 1-3:30pm.
9/13, Elkins (King Solomon)
10/24, Derry (St. Marks)
11/14, Tilton (Doric-Centre)
12/5, Rochester (Humane)
1/9, Jaffrey (Charity)

About Brother Michael T. Brown

Brother Michael T. Brown II, is a member of King Solomon’s Lodge No. 14where he serves as Senior Deacon and Anniversary Lodge of Research No. 175where he serves as Senior Steward. He was Raised to the degree of Master Mason June 20th, 2018. Originally a Kansas City native, Brother Brown now considers NH home, and has for 12 years. Acting, as well as singing, has been a passion of Brother Brown’s for most of his life—having been doing both since the age of four. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Theatre in 2012 from Franklin Pierce University. Brother Brown now works as an Area Coordinator for the housing department of Colby-Sawyer College, but continues to act with local community groups such as Sunapee-Kearsarge Intercommunity Theatre (SKIT) where he serves on the board heading up the scholarship committee, and most recently The Community Players of Concord.

If you wish to attend or if you have any questions, please contact me via the email below. 

Thank you very much!

Sincerely and Fraternally,
Right Worshipful Brother 

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Date:
December 5
Time:
9:00 am - 11:30 am EST
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