CITA National

I came across this draft from last summer's Christians in Theatre Arts Conference, and since this year's is rapidly approaching I thought I'd post it...


There was just a dance that blew me away. Most near me were sobbing by the end of it. Not a word spoken, but it was a profound exploration of marriage and death. The choreographer, Colin Harbinson spoke on the death of a dream.

He said that many artists have been wounded in some way: don't live in your woundedness. As artists we should be leading people out of a place of death into Life.

He had a project in China that died, but 15 years later he was invited back to produce The Messiah. The paper ran an article titled, "The Messiah touches people."

Post a Comment