“Theater, Mystery and the Writer’s Journey” with Richard Everett: Actor, Playwright and Screenwriter

“Theater, Mystery and the Writer’s Journey” with Richard Everett: Actor, Playwright and Screenwriter
Richard Everett is the author of 7 published stage plays including the much acclaimed “Entertaining Angels” which has had over 100 productions worldwide. He has 200 animation scripts to his credit as well as 2 feature films, 3 plays for BBC radio 4, and a published collection of award winning sketches and meditations entitled ‘Sound Bites’. Richard also runs drama workshops for Additional Needs Adults. His current work, “Colin’s Home” is a serious comedy that explores faith and meaning with adults with developmental disabilities.
More information about Richard Everett’s work can be found here.

DITA Partners to Host Rouault Exhibition at Duke

DITA Partners to Host Rouault Exhibition at Duke

Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts partnered with the Nasher Museum of Art and Duke Chapel to host an exhibition of Miserere et Guerre, a series of 58 intaglio prints by French artist Georges Rouault (1871–1958). From March 5 through April 6, during the Lenten season, Duke Chapel displayed images from the series that  unmask human duplicity and self-deception through the lens of Christ’s passion and suffering. The Nasher’s tandem installation, on display from March 18 through July 23, highlights scenes that illustrate the plight of refugees and the devastations of war.

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DITA Celebrates New School Year with Theology and the Arts

DITA Celebrates New School Year with Theology and the Arts

To celebrate the Divinity School’s 2016-2017 Opening Convocation, Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts (DITA) hosted Call and Response: Two Days of Theology and the Arts. The events included a poetry reading interspersed with musical responses, a panel on visual art and the call to ministry, and a culminating event featuring nine principal musicians from five national orchestras and Duke University.

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DITA Partners with Cambridge for Holy Week Festival

DITA Partners with Cambridge for Holy Week Festival

For Holy Week in 2015, Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts (DITA) partnered with King’s College Chapel, Cambridge for their annual Easter at King’s. The week was the third festival DITA has participated in through the Duke-Cambridge Collaboration, which began in 2009. Featured were DITA collaborations with composer James MacMillan, theologian and author Lord Rowan Williams, pianist Cordelia Williams, poet Micheal O’Siadhail, and painters Makoto Fujimura and Bruce Herman.

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