Three of my plays VALENTINE’S DAY, 269 A.D.–THE END OF THE BEGINNING, SAINT PATRICK 440 A.D.: MISSIONARY TO IRELAND, and ONE MAN, ONE TABLE will be produced at the First Presbyterian Church in Bonita Springs, Florida during the next three months in the Winter and Spring of 2015. Each will be performed during church services. The Valentine play dramatizes the last day in the life of Valentine who was martyred for his faith in Rome in the Third Century. It is a play that portrays the Christian basis and origin for the holiday. The Saint Patrick plays dramatizes how Patrick taught Christian doctrine to the pagan people of early Ireland. ONE MAN, ONE TABLE is a play about Judas who returns to the site of the Last Supper and ponders the meaning of the bread and cup left after Jesus and the other disciples made their way to Gethsemane. Each play has a running time of 5 minutes and would fit easily into a church service, visually depicting early Church history and doctrine. Each is available on my website for your reading or production.
THREE PLAYS TO BE PRODUCED AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH in 2015
September 21, 2015 0 commentsThree of my plays dealing with international issues of human rights received staged readings at the Read more!
DRESS FOR SUCCESS and DRESSED TO KILL Read in New York at the Northport Reader’s Theater, September 21, 2015September 30, 2015 0 commentsTwo of my one-act plays were read in New York at the Northport Reader's Theater last week. The Read more!