This is a case when the Postscript is more important than the book.
Sandy is one of my dearest clergy colleagues. We met in Breckenridge, Colorado when Sandy was the senior pastor of their Methodist Church. Two of my fishing buddies, the Rabbi Guide and Bryan Austill participated in worship. Bryan a pastor and clinical psychologist for the community and Rabbi Guide [Matthew Krane] singing and playing the guitar [referenced in yesterday’s blog—using two hands to play the guitar is he.]
Last night Sandy sent me some information about this theatre group, the Phamaly. Here’s her sharing…so helpful. I went to the web page and clicked, as Sandy suggests, on “About” and oh my, how inspirational.
Thanks to those who never consider a handicap a handicap or a disability that removes life’s options. It’s simply reality looking for new expressions. Yes!
Happy Thanksgiving to each of you…
I suggest a site –
Go the link ‘About.’
There are probably 50-60 people in this acting company. You cannot be a member unless you have a disability. I saw my first production, ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,’ when I moved to Denver from Breckenridge in 2005. Since then, I have never missed a performance.
Phamaly is too much to try to describe. Let’s just say that when you’ve experienced one of their productions, something in you changes. And it lasts.