"Stories tell us of what we already knew and forgot, and remind us of what we haven’t yet imagined.” —Anne Watson

The most intrinsic and basic form of human communication and the foundation of all media and teaching in the world today.... is the art of storytelling.

These are extraordinary times. I believe the arts have a special role to play in times like these. My heartfelt hope with Sacred Theater is to take you, the audience, on a journey inward to that sacred place where we all remember our brilliance, our beauty, our love, our true authentic self. I want to take you on a journey to that forgotten space where peace and joy lie dormant, but where once aroused, they will bubble up to the surface of consciousness, causing waves of hope and inspiration to radiate from the heart.

“Spread waves of hope...” This is what I want to do by revealing the dignity and beauty of the human spirit through storytelling. This is the role of the artist in these extraordinary, transitional times. Not be simply a mirror of what is but to be a beacon for what can be. Sacred theater is a means to help facilitate the inner healing of the soul, to help make every effort to bring truth into the light and offer waves of inspiring and hopeful possibilities for the future.

-Poetry/book readings
-Meditation Commentaries etc. for events and programs

“Australian Aborigines say that the big stories—the stories worth telling and retelling, the ones in which you may find the meaning of your life—are forever stalking the right teller, sniffing and tracking like predators hunting their prey in the bush.”

—Robert Moss, Dreamgates

In her final moments, a dying woman discovers what it means to truly live.

Moving and Provocative, this one woman play - written by Anthea Church, long time collaborator - captures the tragedy, humor, humanity and spirituality of a human facing separation and enlightenment. This is an opportunity to share, heal, express or simply to get to know yourself and others better.

“Still Life is more than a play. It is an extraordinary experience that fills you with compassion and wisdom about the dying experience.” –Dr. Roger Cole, Palliative Care specialist and author of Mission of Love and Healing Heart & Soul


This one woman play takes us on a magical sojourn from one lifetime into the next. Through the eyes of a child we see inside one of the great yet little known spiritual leaders of our time. A story of beauty and innocence, of inspiration and hope.
“The destiny of the world is determined less by the battles that are lost and won than by the stories it loves and believes in.”

—Harold Goddard (The Meaning of Shakespeare)