Archive for March, 2011

  • Celebration of Life and Laughter

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    A Bridge of Hope Event An evening in memory of Kathy Seamon-McGowan and in honor of all mothers and women who live with passion. There is no admission fee for the evening. A freewill offering will be received to benefit homeless single mothers and their children. If you or your business would enjoy the opportunity […]

  • New beginnings…

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    Mona Phils

    If there’s one thing that’s been constant for the last several years, it’s change. Isn’t that what they always say? [I have no idea who "they" are, but I'm pretty sure they do say it.] Well, if you’ve been paying attention, you know that Ted & Company is always in some form of metamorphosis. And […]

  • What's So Funny About Money

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    Join Ted & Jeff for one of the newest Ted & Company shows, What’s So Funny About Money. The performance begins at 7:30pm and is free and open to the public. Contact: randy.nyce@everence.com

  • I'd Like to Buy an Enemy

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    The performance will be at Scooter’s (in the lower level of Murray-Herrick Campus Center). Donations are welcome. Contact Email: kay.nussbaum@comcast.net

  • Workshop with Ted

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    Ted did a weekend of workshops with the Mariner’s Bethel United Methodist Church. Here are some responses. Ted’s talented and thought-provoking monologues drove me back to the Word to research where all of his added character enlargements originated…he is truly a gifted man of God, and extremely familiar with both his material and his abilities. […]

  • Dovetale

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    Let me know the next time you’ll be in town so I can bring 17 or so of my best friends! Christmas isn’t Christmas without DoveTale. ~Mary Jo Heckman, Harrisonburg, VA

  • What Would Lloyd Do?

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    A powerful show! Funny, moving, challenging, thought-provoking, and musically outstanding! This show combines the best of what church and theater ought to be about. It challenges the notion that the essence of church is captured in the weekly rituals of worship. Yet it holds out the hope that when we combine ritual and symbol with […]

  • Excellent Trouble

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    I was so moved by Friday night’s performance of Excellent Trouble and struck by the fact that Ted and Ingrid can/will be/are hitting just as profound a chord as Ted & Lee did. I found myself getting shivers a few times as I told other people about some of the sketches later in the weekend. […]

  • I'd Like to Buy an Enemy

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    People will laugh – but as they do, they will learn, and perhaps even gain the courage to confront some truths that most of us manage to avoid. I wish everyone could experience “I’d Like to Buy an Enemy!” – Brian D. McLaren, author/speaker It’s both delightfully funny and deadly serious, packed with content about […]

  • Tattered & Worn

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    What I admired most about these two men was the way in which they took humor and theology and the Bible and seamlessly wove it all together to the glory and honor of Christ. They gave our volunteers, and our staff I might add, the gift of humor and inspiration. If you are looking for […]