Tagged: WWII

One Day to Opening

May 10, 2017 |

  If you see zombie-like figures on the grounds of Palm Valley Lutheran Church, don’t be alarmed.  It’s just the cast and creative team of Bonhoeffer’s Cost. Theater folk call the week leading up to opening night as “Hell Week” due to the long hours and stress involved.  No matter the show, the week before […more]

Bonhoeffer and Christianity

Apr 17, 2017 |

During Easter weekend, it was impossible not to think and reflect on the way in which Bonhoeffer’s Cost speaks about faith, God, and Christianity.  While a play about one of the most prominent figures in the Lutheran community could easily be heavy-handed with its religious themes and allegories, Bonhoeffer’s Cost pays just as much attention […more]

Spicer, The Holocaust, and Why We’re Telling Bonhoeffer’s Story

Apr 11, 2017 |

I’ve been walking around today with an incredulous, worried, shocked, and horrified look on my face. Earlier today, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer commented on President Trump’s recent attack on Syria, citing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s use of chemical weapons against Syrian citizens as the reason behind the military strike.  Spicer then added, “We […more]