Tag: The (Reimagined) Book of Daniel

New Script: “The (Reimagined) Book of Daniel”

The king communed with them; and among them all was found none like Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah: therefore stood they before the king. (Daniel 1:19) About two years ago, I read the book of Daniel with new eyes, and I saw things I’d never even thought of before. The stories in that book blow […]

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“The (Reimagined) Book of Daniel” Premiere

Last week, I was thrilled to be able to help out with the premiere production of my new play, The (Reimagined) Book of Daniel. The young people at Mode Camp performed the drama one week after being handed their scripts, and they did an amazing job! I’ll be posting more information about the play’s plot, […]

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Coming Soon: Drama No. 5

After about four weeks, three drafts, and 8,500 words, I’ve reached the final stage in my work on a new play! The (Reimagined) Book of Daniel will be joining Kittywham’s publications soon. You can guess from the title what the play’s basic idea is, and I’ll be able to share more details about the storyline and […]

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