Death Comes for the War Poets
Our God's Brother
A Christmas Concert of traditional music spanning many cultures and epochs performed by a trio of virtuoso musicians from Italy
MARCO SQUICCIARINI - CLASSIC GUITAR
VALENTINA ORIANI PATRICK - VOCALIST
STEFANO DALL'ORA - CONCERT BASS
The Living Silence
A Lyric Passion Play by Peter John Cameron, O.P.
Orchestration and Additional Music by Andrew Bauer
The action of the play takes place in the hours after the Crucifixion and before. The setting is in the Upper Room and elsewhere. The Living Silence is performed in one act.
Performed at the Cathedral of St. Patrick and the churches of St. Vincent Ferrer, Sacred Heart, New York. St. Stephen/Sacred Hearts, Brooklyn. St. Crispin; Our Lady, Star of the Sea; St. Frances de Chantel, the Bronx. St. Joseph/St. Thomas, Staten Island. Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Pelham Manor, NY. Transfiguration, Tarrytown, NY. Most Holy Trinity, Mamaroneck, NY. St. John the Baptist; St. Bartholomew; St. Eugene, Yonkers, NY. St. Charles Borromeo, Skillman, NJ.
The Sacrament of Memory
The True Story of Saint Therese of Lisieux
-A play by Peter John Cameron, O.P.-
-Music by Christopher Vath-
Performed October 17-19; 24-26, 2003 Dicapo Opera Theatre, 184 East 76th Street New York
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The Women Who Served
Meditations in the form of monologues and dialogues by women of the Gospels.
Written by Peter John Cameron, O.P.
Premiered at the Catholic Center of New York University in 1994 and performed there again in 1995 and at the Church of Saint Charles Borromeo, New York on April 7, 2002. It was performed in October, 2003 under the auspices of the Teatro Degli Scalpellini in Bologna, Italy in an Italian translation. Featured in Catholic New York!
Kenneth Genuard as Maurice
Naomi Genuard as Therese
Story of a Love
A dramatic reading from the letters between a struggling seminarian and St. Therese of Lisieux
Based on the book Maurice and Therese: The Story of A Love by Bishop Patrick Ahern
Adapted for the stage and directed by Fr. Richard Veras
Mother and Sister to Me
Mother and Sister to Me is a powerful retelling of the Passion of Christ from the point of view of the women who were present. This new play, written in verse form and featuring six original songs based on the Psalms and canticles of the Bible, recreates key moments surrounding the death of Christ: the anointing of Jesus' feet at Bethany, the trial before Pilate, Peter's denial of Christ, Jesus meeting the women of Jerusalem on the road to Calvary, the crucifixion, and the vigil at the tomb. The story is told from the perspective of Mary (the sister of Lazarus), the wife of Pilate, the serving woman at the fire, the widow of Nain and two weeping women, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and Mary Magdalene.
Mother and Sister to Me is a chancel drama: a play designed to be performed in a church sanctuary. The production features a cast of fourteen (eight men and six women). Many of the cast are well-known regulars of the Blackfriars acting company, as is the Music Director, Andy Bauer.
Mother and Sister to Me takes the audience deep into the mystery of Christ's dying and rising through a dramatic encounter with those who were closest to him. The play is a perfect way to prepare spiritually for Holy Week and Easter.
Incidental music, arrangements, and orchestrations by Andrew Bauer
King of Sorrows
A new play by Harry Cornelius Cronin
An adaptation of a medieval miracle story transposed to present day California in which the Blessed Virgin Mary (Our Lady of Guadalupe) contends with the devil (a mariachi band member) for the soul of a dead Mexican gang leader.
In Charge of the Fire
The Tidings Brought to Mary
The Paul Cladet Project
The London Merchant