Gerry Goodstein

The Great Divorce

by Stephanie Perrault
Posted 1/10/14, 01:00 am

It takes a good deal of cunning to “steal past watchful dragons,” but Max McLean’s stage production of The Great Divorce rises to the challenge, raising questions of eternal significance with disarming ease, showcasing McLean’s commitment to creating culture from a Christian worldview.

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Hymns on Broadway

Theater | <em>Trip to Bountiful</em> is a poetic cultural counterweight
by Emily Belz
Posted 7/26/13, 01:00 am

NEW YORK—I haven’t seen Kinky Boots, the hottest show on Broadway, but I would guess that its Broadway neighbor Trip to Bountiful is its opposite in style and substance. 

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Acting out Acts

Theater | Simplistic sets, sound doctrine, and a common vision allow three actors to effectively portray the history of the early church
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 1/17/13, 04:46 pm

LOS ANGELES—Imaginary waves toss three men from one side of the church stage to the other. The audience in the pews hear the wind blowing and water crashing as the men—depicting the Apostle Paul; Julius, his prison guard; and the captain of the ship—grip the wall, yelling and praying they’ll make it to Rome in one piece.

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