The following are suitable for performance in churches, halls, and large rooms. There is some audience participation in them all, and most last between 1 and 1 ½ hours in length.
Singing the Mystery – Hildegard of Bingen
This presentation addresses issues of ecology and the arts and spirituality. It includes Hildegard’s music and original music and consists of story telling, a lecture and a meditation. It needs a good piano. The final 45-minute meditation can be performed separately.
In Love Enclosed – Julian of Norwich
This presentation includes original music, movement story telling and a meditation ending with a circle dance, based on Julian’s words. It needs a good piano. The 1/2 hour meditation can be performed separately.
The Gift of Tears – Margery Kempe
This presentation includes original music, movement and story telling, and addresses the relationship of the visionary experience to ordinary life.
Celtic Twilight – Hild of Whitby
This includes original songs (based on Celtic sources), movement and story telling, and ends with a circle dance. The piece addresses issues of ecology, the valuing of diversity, and Celtic spirituality.
Lunacy or The Pursuit of the Goddess
This performance addresses the issues of the role of chaos/the Underworld in the creative process through the stories of goddesses from various traditions.
Juggling: A Question of Identity
This concerns the multiple roles we play in our lives.
Mary of Magdala – A Tangled Truth
This concerns the complexity of the story of Mary Magdalene.
A Crack in the Cosmos – Bernadette of Lourdes
This concerns the visionary experience.
Seeing In The Dark
This is a reflection on theology and abuse.