Reminiscent of Ecclesiastes, this surreal play by Laura Pittenger dabbles in the absurd as it spins a new parable in response to Micah 3:1-12.
This audio play, written by Joe Hoover, and performed by Joe Hoover and Devon Caraway explores senseless loss and was created in response to Micah 2:1-2, 8-9.
Playwright Caroline Turner Cole explores Jude 1:20-23 through the lens of addiction and the path of recovery in this one act script with a reading performed by Stacy Ann Strang, Alexandra Hulme, and Taylor LeBaron.
2015 Artist in Residence, Christine Suarez, updates us on the continued development of her project responding to the book of Ruth.
Comedian Paul Schissler explores the unseen side of the comedian’s life in response to Ecclesiastes 4:13-16.
2016 Artist in Residence Stephanie Miracle chronicles the unfolding of her project’s final performance for a beautifully unexpected audience.
2016 Artist in Residence Lauren Ferebee shares the final development of of her “Book of (H)ours,” reflects on her presentation of the work, and looks forward to how she would like to continue the development of her piece that illuminated Proverbs 8.
Dancer Elizabeth Dishman’s rich performance reflects on the exchange between the Queen of Sheba and King Solomon as recorded in 1 Kings 10:1-10.
Dancer and teacher Sarah Pope brought together a community to collaboratively create and perform a performance response to their interpretation of Acts 2:42-47: They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. Everyone was filled with awe at the many wonders and signs performed by…
In her third post, 2016 Artist in Residence Stephanie Miracle responds through dance to the notion of “chasing after the wind” found throughout Ecclesiastes.