An Evening with Melba Phelps Belk is the perfect counterpoint to the antics of Glenn Beck and the exploding popularity of reactionary movements like the Tea Party Patriots. Melba Belk (Christine Donnelly), is a televangelist, a best-selling Christian author, and one of Alaska’s former governor's closest friends. The play depicts a lecture she delivers in a church basement a week before Christmas. Hilarious though she is, Melba lays out in chilling detail the twisted dogma of the Endtimers, whose God is, you had better believe it, a vengeful, punishing God.
Little Girls Have Heart Attacks invites audiences to return to their childhood. In this piece, the audience will not play the traditional role of sitting back and watching. Set in an intimate space, the piece will need the audience's participation for the little girl to tell her story. The audience is encouraged to move around the space and play with the child and her toys. Little Girls Have Heart Attacks is an audience interactive piece in which the little girl cannot tell her story without the audience's help. With every audience, the piece can change