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Join us for this musical celebration of Creation and a statement of concern for it. Composed and directed by HEP founders Anne Phillips and Beth Ann Kennedy, on Saturday, April 22 at 8:00 PM, at the St. Paul & St. Andrew UMC in downtown NYC.
Beginning with Creation up to our “civilization” the show musically incorporates works of such writers from Hildegard of Bingen who, in 1098, wrote “All nature is at the disposal of humankind. We are to work with it, for without it we cannot survive.” to Mark Twain, John Muir, Chief Seattle and Madeleine L’Engle. Using many genres of music: Jazz, Latin, Gospel, and Choral, the show is sung, danced and acted by a vital, diverse cast, backed by an exciting band.
The piece is woven together into a performance that leaves the audience with a joyful appreciation of Creation combined with a determination to personally DO something to live a more sustainable, earth-connected life.