|Four of our MasterWorks theatre|
students on Times Square after opening
|Rich with Ian Sadler, organist for|
Chariots of Fire.
|Rich with Eric Liddell's daughters|
and their husbands.
Puerto Rico, Transylvania and London were all during the two weeks of the Summer Olympics.
In Puerto Rico I taught with fellow board members of Christians in Theatre Arts at a conference for applied theatre practitioners. In London we had four performances in various parts of the city, and three were within five miles of the Olympic Pavillion. We were surprised that Transylvania was the highlight of the trip. We found ourselves laughing at everything, and it occurred to us that, in a land scarred by persecution, we were bringing healing through our laughter.
By the end of the second week of the Olympics we had reached people from 30 nations and every inhabited continent.
We're finalizing a documentary on how drama ministered to people across cultures and languages during the Olympics. Once that's finished, we'll post the announcement through our emailing: RichDrama.com/Updates.
Catch a sneak preview at CITA.org/PR12.
|At the Eric Liddell Legacy Breakfast with world-record breaking Olympic gold |
medalist Madeleine Manning Mimms, with whom I performed during the
Beijing Olympics, and Ashley Null, who served as a chaplain during