A dramatic monologue performed by Charles D. Baker. St. John is reflecting on his life in the company of friends and well-wishers during his last day on Earth. This is a beautiful devotion to a humble, holy man. St. John recalls and recites scriptures from the Old and New Testaments. Mr. Baker tours this production as well as his others on the lives of St. Paul and St. Francis of Assisi.
This is a monologue for one male actor. St. Paul explains his mission while taking the audience on a pilgrimage to the places where he is known best including Damascus, Antioch, Corinth, Galatia, Rome, etc. The play gives the audience a chance to hear St. Paul as himself with all of the passion and urgency, and love he would have expressed so many years ago.
At the end of his life, St. Francis reflects on all that took place during his life. Historically correct, a play that takes St. Francis out of the birdbath. A drama in two acts.
"Close your eyes and see!"