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In Production


Linda and I are currently in rehearsals for our church's Good Friday service. We are presenting (with the help of a brave, inexperienced brother from the congregation) Who do you say that I Am?, a 30-minute one-act I wrote in the early 90s.

Who do you say that I Am? takes place in the Garden of Gethsemane, just moments after Jesus is arrested. The three characters—Erastus the gardener, Shara the Syrian baker, and Hananiah the temple money-changer—each bring to the moment their personal histories, experiences and prejudices.

It's good to be back on the boards with something with more meat on its bones than the typical two-person sketch, and we are enjoying a rehearsal process that includes more than just the two of us!


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by Dr. Radut.