Orleans, MA—Turmoil. Injustice. Uncertainty. Is there any hope? The wild Oaks are still standing—the secret keepers. Strong promises are held in their deep roots, and ancient wisdom in their bark. Will there be an end to the struggle? Embark on a journey and witness the struggle for peace in a seemingly hopeless situation. A solo drama, Oaks of Mamre: A Retelling of an Ancient Story, is an original production presented by Sr. Danielle Dwyer, Artistic Director of Elements Theatre Company, and is part of the Sacred Drama Series Exploring Transfigured Lives. This gutsy story will be enhanced by originally composed music, as well as a massive set featuring a big Oak tree over twenty feet tall.

“[We] commend this theater group for seeking to be agents of change through art.”
America Magazine

Under the direction of Sr. Danielle Dwyer, CJ, Elements Theatre Company has stirred and inspired minds and hearts of audiences through dramatic storytelling and imaginative stagecraft of both classical and modern works, both nationally and internationally. The Company’s commitment to integrity and intensity of language and context, devotion to the transformative work to become the text, and courage to delve into the scope of humanity has resulted in high acclaim for their performance authenticity and honesty.

 Join us January 31 & February 1, 7:30 p.m.

Church of theTransfiguration, Rock Harbor, Orleans, MA

For tickets, call 508-240-2400, visit elementstheatre.org, or purchase at the door.

“Elements Theatre Company is about more than entertainment: every piece they undertake explores the breadth of humanity—its horror, its loveliness, and its humor — with honesty. These actors hold up the mirror for themselves and in turn give us, the audience, the courage to look into that mirror too, and not shy away from what we find.”

 —Julie Harris

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