“The Great Church Robbery” Performance Photos

sheeplaughs   February 8, 2018   Comments Off on “The Great Church Robbery” Performance Photos

The Christian Congregation of Alexandria IN did a special video of “The Great Church Robbery.” They took still photos of the actors as they depicted the events of the story as heard on the soundtrack CD, and put it to a DVD slideshow and showed it to the church for Christmas. They did a fantastic job and it was a big hit! Below is a series of photos captured from the DVD for your enjoyment and inspiration for your own project. Go here for the script, which literally many hundreds of churches have done!

The part of Mr. DeWitt is played by Daniel Whatley and Mary Sue is played by Anne Ferris.

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