You want a drama for that special service but have limited time or resources? Here’s your guide!
Everyone knows what an actor does and what a writer does. But what is a producer? Importantly, do you need one?
Like everyone else we at DramatisDei are forced to think about Christmas sooner than we want to. Also like everyone else we want to complain about it. Moan moan moan.
Who is DramatisDei? How can I stay informed of what’s new? Why hasn’t my comment appeared? Are downloads really instant? Can I pay with a credit card? Can I change words in your scripts? Can I make copies of scripts? Where is your statement of faith?
Most churches realise that drama is a good thing to have in a service – but why? Is a bit of acting just something else to break up the monotony of the service or is there something good about getting people together to tell a story together in a visual and engaging way?
Are you in a drama group? Or perhaps you are trying to form one or run one? How to do drama aims to help the young drama group and its terrified actors, hopeful director and baffled script writer survive in the exciting but frightening world of drama.
Churches have sensibilities. Jonah can negotiate with a fish, John can prefer garlic bread but Jesus can’t change his menu. How can Christian drama negotiate this?