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Godspell in Concert: Theatre Review

Godspell, the critically acclaimed sell-out success in London’s West End, has returned to the UK for a modern day 12-week production. Unlike your everyday musicals with a normal narrative, Godspell is a collection of songs and stories based on parables from the Bible. 370 more words

Godspell provides a new take on the parables of Jesus.

Godspell in Tulsa. Source:  http://tulsapac.com/events.asp?id=92&eventid=3112&task=display

When I purchased tickets for my 11 year old and I to see Godspell, I was not quite sure what to expect. 196 more words

our blue


{photo is an abstract blue image. i find it quite beautiful.}

it is april

blue-hued, thick-with-fear, overwhelming, tired, angry, out of words, april


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Easter as Metaphor: The Rabbi Explains

Every year, I find myself trying to explain how a nice Jewish girl can relate to Easter. Today, the spring sunshine is illuminating the daffodils, as you can see in this photo from my garden. 837 more words

Interfaith Families

REVIEW: 'Godspell' at Miners Alley Playhouse and 'The Passion Play of Denver'

If you’re a believer looking for a genuine religious theatrical experience this Holy Week, check out The Passion Play of Denver, which plays at the Lakewood Church of the Nazarene through April 4. 781 more words

Holy Thursday

I’ve mentioned Godspell in passing in a couple of post in the past, and last year was about Jesus Christ Superstar. Godspell is a Stephen Schwartz musical that uses the parables of Jesus to tell a story about the community and love using the pop music of the late 1960s. 279 more words


The Godspell Gospel

I believe in the Godspell Gospel. I am a product of the Catholic folk Mass era and still am susceptible to praising the Lord to the tune of guitars and drums. 126 more words