Peculiar Updates

Getting Moody

Posted on Friday June 3rd, 2011

The Magic Continues at 614 S. Elm St. - Greensboro, NC

Every month here seems like a dream come true. The things we are able to do. The people we work with. The art we create. The art we help others to create. We continue the grand experiment: What would it be like if God moved into the neighborhood? For some, it would look very serious and dour... austere and oppressive. For us it looks like laughter, song, dance, tears, joy, compassion, fun, hilarity and good food!

Moody & the Beast: A Marriage Musical

Last year we were approached by some businessmen. After much experience in the Theatre Production industry, they have established their own production company. They have chosen us as their primary script writers. There are many more details that I can tell you about later when all is firmed-up and when our first show is touring. Suffice it to say... this could be a really big deal for Peculiar People.


For our first show they wanted us to write a comedy about marriage geared to an Evangelical audience. (Gosh, that will be real stretch for us!!) We wrote the show (working title: Moody & the Beast: A Marriage Musical)  and presented our first preview performance in May. The producers flew in. We gathered an audience of 70 friends and it was a HIT!!! Everyone loved it. We also combined our first preview with a dinner before the show (for 70 people). We called it the Moody Grub. Pictures are below, click through and see what a great night it was!

If you will look on our "Tour" page you will see we are having another "preview show" in August. We will incorporating rewrites and new cast members. If you are anywhere near us at that time you don't want to miss this opportunity to see the place and enjoy a great show. So click through and buy some tickets to this wonderful little experiment!

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