Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Theater of the Word's 2008-2009 Season at the John Paul II Theater

OUR MAINSTAGE SEASON BEGINS IN DECEMBER!
at the Cardinal Rigali Center in Shrewsbury 314-849-WORD / http://www.thewordinc.org/




A Morning Star Christmas

This holiday show features the short comedy-mystery “Who Killed Christmas”, the one-act “Making Room”, in which the nativity story is told from the point of view of the Innkeeper’s Wife, and “Suzie at the Mall”, the poetic tale of consumerism gone wild.

December 5, 6, 7 & and Sunday, December 14 at 2:00 pm.



The Quest for Shakespeare

Joseph Pearce, author of Literary Converts and of biographies of Chesterton, Belloc, Oscar Wilde, and more, joins us all the way from England to talk about his upcoming series on EWTN in which he makes the case that the greatest writer of all time was in fact a recusant Catholic. His talk is illustrated by scenes from Shakespeare’s plays acted out on stage!

January 9, 10 at 8:00 pm.



The Passion of Our Lord

Make Lent more profound by attending this unforgettable one-man show, as compiled from the Passion narratives in the four Gospels.

March 20, 21, 22.



Socrates Meets Jesus


Based on the best-seller by Peter Kreeft, this play answers the question – what would happen if Socrates came back to life and went to college in modern America? How would he handle the mushy modern mind? And what would he make of this character everybody’s talking about?

April 17, 18, 19 & 24, 25, 26





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2 comments:

Regina said...

Kevin, What a delight to listen to your story of your journey home last night on EWTN. Happily three
of my sons were watching too--one of whom just earned his second degree from the Knights of Columbus-age 20 years! Wishing you and your family a must wonder-filled Christmas. Fondly, Regina
(lapsed member of STL Chesterton Society)

Tièr said...

Great line - questioning how Socrates would handle the 'mushy modern mind'...