|This outdoor performance was steps|
away from what used to be
John Woolman's orchard.
The theatre focuses on stories about people of color, and I Dreamed I Was Free tells the true story of how John Woolman spoke out against slavery a full century before the Civil War in America.
In addition to renting the theatre in Oslo, Rich is hoping to offer workshops which will help local Christian actors develop and perform their own dramas.
The Nordic Black Theatre is holding the date of September 1, and they've given us until the end of June to secure funding.
Please pray about partnering in ministry to the most secular nation in Western Europe. It is estimated that 45% of Norwegians are atheists, as compared with 5% in the US.
Funds will go toward
*Travel, board and lodging for Rich and Joyce Swingle. Joyce will serve as stage manager and production manager.
*Travel, board and lodging beyond Oslo. Our goal is to perform in every Scandinavian country as opportunities unfold.
Visit www.RichDrama.com/Scandinavia to give.
We are not a non-profit organization, so donations are not tax deductible.