My experiences writing, directing and producing Christian musicals for kids through adults.

Thursday, January 28, 2010


I've been posting sotto voce, so to speak, while I was getting used to doing this. But as of today, I've launched this blog on the internet ether, or to put it in theatre terms, rehearsal's over and the curtain is up.

One of the neatest things God has done in my life is to bring me into a ministry in which I can write and see my writing take shape on the stage, and in which I can work with teens, tweens, kids and adults. I love writing, but I also love the process of putting on a show. Writing a show and seeing it through to completion can be exciting, frustrating, enlightening, aggravating, exhausting, and joyful. I hope to share some of that with you.


  1. I can attest to the emotions attached to playwritting, living through this is a miracle! haha jk. Anyways, If you're reading this, you should post a comment. Just to let my mom know, because I know from experience that never getting comments on your blog is really annoying/depressing.

  2. Good luck with your show!

  3. Shannon, This blog looks very helpful to other creative people in musicals and ministry. Well done! You have a great beginning here. God bless this new endeavor!!