While wandering through the blogosphere searching for signs that perhaps voters were finally catching on to Obama, I stumbled across a blog called The Weight of Glory - a good Lewisian name.
It had a number of entries worth reading - but one in particular caught my eye: An October 10 piece on The G.K. Chesterton Theatre Company, which, according to the blog is a Santa Monica group "composed of playwrights, directors, actors and stage personnel. They are dedicated to putting on historical works as well as faith-based stories. Their emphasis is on heroic men and women, past and present."
Naturally, I went off in search for more information about the troupe. I did find one link - http://www.gkchestertontheatre.org/ - but it was more about the production than information about the group. There was an email address for information - email@example.com.
Nothing else so far. I will e-mail them. I asked the blogger to let me know if he knew more, or is perhaps even a member of the group.
Does anyone out there have more information?
Meanwhile, back to nosing around for more hopeful signs about November 4.
1 year ago
Whoa, here in LA? I'll keep my ears & eyes peeled....sound interesting.
The G.K. Chesterton Theatre Company has produced Malcolm & Teresa, the gripping story of BBC reporter Malcolm Muggeridge and his life changing experience with the world's greatest humanitarian.
The production will run Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. until November 16 at The Promenade Playhouse.
Hope this information is helpful and please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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