Jesus, the true light, came into this dark world to save the world. As those who have been brought out of the darkness into the light, we are called to
A reading for three voices as found in three translations of the Bible.
A young woman reflects and addresses the many “costumes” she has worn over the years, including funny stories of her childhood. In this lighthearted yet honest monologue, her journey leads
A energetic, hard-hitting reading of Galatians 5 for three voices as found in three translations of the Bible.
We asked Creative Arts Directors and dancers from all over the Salvation Army for their best choreography tips and this is what we came up with. Sometimes the simplest moves can
This sketch for 6 actors examines the relationships between key Bible story characters of Moses and Joshua, Elijah and Elisha, and Naomi and Ruth. It is a beautiful look into
A choral reading of Psalm 150 for five voices as found in five versions of the Bible.
Paul moves in and around 4 actors who are responding to his command to be wholly transformed by Jesus. They each gravitate toward a “false” security in coping with life,
A choral reading taken directly from the NIV. Psalm 139 is written for three voices, but can be arranged for your group.
Feel like there’s a wall standing between you and the next great idea? Well, we’ve got some tips to help you climb it! This list was created with dance and
Notice any mistakes in the original? Well we did. So here’s a revised version ready to be printed and handed out to your young dancers. And, fresh off the press,
The TAM team was honored to participate in the annual Divisional Creative Arts Leadership Training for the Greater New York Division on Saturday, February, 27th. The event was hosted at