I’m excited to report that the Stained Glass Theatre has announced audition information¬†for “A.D. The Musical.” The production has many great male and female roles – 15 of each to be exact of all ages – so if you or someone you know is a thespian, please check out the details here¬†and pass the information to anyone who might be interested.
Good luck to all those who audition – I can’t wait to see who brings “A.D.” to life on stage for the first time!
Great news for fans of the beautiful¬†songs in “A.D. The Musical” – a new CD featuring all of the more than 20 songs from the musical will be available soon for purchase. Harlan enlisted top Nashville musicians to write and produce the music for “A.D.” and he’s recently gone back into the studio to remaster the songs for a special debut production CD. If you’re interested in the CD (it would make a great Christmas gift for musical theater and/or contemporary Christian music lovers), contact Harlan for more information!
You’ve found the place to learn the latest about Harlan Rector’s projects, including his first venture as a playwright – “A.D. The Musical.” With the world debut of “A.D.” set for July 2010 at the Stained Glass Theatre in Ozark, Mo., we’ll have a great deal of information and behind-the-scenes tidbits about the first production of this inspirational musical, so keep checking our blog for the latest.
Over the next couple of months, Harlan will be meeting with church and community groups throughout the Midwest interested in learning more about “A.D.” If you’d like Harlan to speak to your group about God’s impact on his life, the divine inspiration for “A.D.” and the story of the musical itself, please call or email Harlan or his publicist,¬†Mistie Thompson. He is always thrilled at the opportunity to share his inspirational story and his excitement about “A.D.”
And, Harlan is meeting with other theaters, universities and large churches interested in producing “A.D. The Musical” at their venue. If you would like to learn more about staging “A.D.” let us know. Harlan’s goal is to get “A.D.” out to reach as many people as possible with its message of God’s boundless love for all people, so he is always interested in working with theater and community groups to produce the musical.
We’ll let you know anytime Harlan hits the road to share his message. In the meantime, share Harlan’s story and website with someone you know who may need a little hope, and please check back again with us soon.