A playwright who receives inspiration by interacting with the imagined characters from the play that he is currently writing, is struggling through a period of writer’s block as his characters have “stopped talking” to him. He soon begins to experience a strong resurgence of depression and anxiety, along with other physical and cognitive impairments. After receiving a devastating diagnosis, he is determined to get his life headed in a productive and positive direction. But despite his best efforts, everything that matters the most in his life seems to be on the verge of falling apart.
Finalist Performing Arts The 2020 Best Book Awards
A reflection on The Christmas Miracle "The Word become flesh and dwelt among us." John 1:14In reading the Holy Scripture, we are faced with a significant number of miracles across the two testaments. The title of this theatrical text refers to the miracle of the birth of Jesus, or more specifically, the miracle of the incarnation of the the Son of God for him to live among us. When the Angel Gabriel appears to Mary, a young woman betrothed to Jospeh, he makes it clear that she was recognized by God as worthy to receive the grace of being the mother of Jesus. It is difficult to imagine what she could have thought during that incredible moment of her life. When she asked how she could possibly conceive a child without having ever been intimate with Joseph, the angel told her that "The Holy Spirit will come down to you, and God's power will come over you, so your child will be called The Holy Son of God."