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Building Community Through the Performing Arts

2011

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 Drama Circle Publishing 

    The Lover at the Wall by Mark Perry consists of three dramatic works inspired by the history and teachings of the Bahá'í Faith, but intended for a wider audience: A New Dress for Mona, Band of Gold, and On the Rooftop with Bill Sears. People are calling it:

"An inspiring collection"

"A precious gift"

Get it for yourself, and find out why. Now available in Paperback and EBook formats.

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Energize Core Activities

Something as simple as putting on a prop turban can transport us to the Heroic Age as we strive to open our hearts and minds to a new pattern of service and outreach. [More]

 You Complete the Circle

    The Drama Circle is better defined by its mission than by any building or company of people. Since its founding in 2002, the Drama Circle has served to encourage the use of drama among Bahá'ís, their friends and their communities. 

    Locally, we can list  a number of achievements here in North Carolina, including the premiere productions of "A

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 ARTISTS! Supplement
the Institute Process

ARTISTS: Consider developing a workshop to share the skills of your craft with a study circle or junior youth group. Even a simple exploration can energize their process. [More]

   

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