There are some misunderstandings that are inevitable in ministry. But a lot of disputes could be avoided with better communication.
If you’re an actor in the Church, you’re probably rehearsing for a Passion Play or Easter Pageant this spring. Here are some tips to help you with your role.
Are you struggling to memorize lines for an onstage role? There are no magical shortcuts, but these ideas can remove some of the torture from the equation. (This article was written with adult actors in mind. Advice for student actors can be found here.)
Looking for scripts for your church drama ministry? You’ll want to explore the authors and publishers listed here.
Memorizing your part in a play may sound tough, but you can do it! You’ll just need to stay disciplined throughout the rehearsal process.
At Drama by George, we believe that the arts should be an integral part of every student’s education. Here are eight reasons why.
“How to Start a Drama Ministry (That Doesn’t Stink).” (Published in Ministry Today.)
“Four ways to help your performers become more truthful onstage.” (Published at LillenasDrama.com.)
Does theatre have a place in church—even for the next generation? (Published at LillenasDrama.com and WorshipLeader.com.)
A piece about the journey towards humility in public ministry. (Published in Boundless.)
In this very personal essay, George explores the reasons why he writes for the stage. (Published in Christianity and Theatre.)
Here’s some practical advice on beginning an effective ministry of theatre!
“For churches thinking about mounting a holiday show, here’s what you need to know beforehand.” This interview piece featuring George’s contributions was originally published in Stage Directions.
Need Biblical support for using the arts in worship? You’ve come to the right place! (Published in The Moody Student.)
Among other nuggets, this interview piece from Cross Point includes 10 questions to ask yourself as you evaluate dramas for use in worship gatherings.
Here are eight good reasons why live theatre is important—even in a world dominated by the silver screen. (Published in Christianity and Theatre.)
*All articles on this page were written by George Halitzka, except those noted with an asterisk. Asterisked pieces are interview pieces written by others, but featuring George.