2009-02-04 / LifeStyles

Actor Rich Swingle to perform Feb. 9 at Limestone College

Christian actor Rich Swingle will present The Acts on Monday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. in Carroll Recital Hall at Limestone College. The Acts tells the story of the first century church.

Swingle has performed in hundreds of venues in 17 nations, mostly with eight one-man plays he has written: Beyond the Chariots, A Clear Leading, Big Fish Little Worm, The Revelation, The Acts, Alien Immigration Training, Views of the Manger, and Five Bells for 9/11. He also directs the theatre program for The MasterWorks Festival, where world-class artists train young people from a Christian perspective to enter careers as performing artists.

The program is free and open to the public.

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