Why has faith-based entertainment transcended to Broadway?
· What does this trend mean for our nation?
· How did a cop with no formal training develop a musical that has made it to Broadway, about of all things, racial and spiritual unity?
· Should Christians pray for more salt and light in our culture in the form of entertainment?
GUEST: Carolyn Rossi Copeland, executive producer Amazing Grace
About Carolyn Rossi: Carolyn Rossi Copeland founded the Award-winning Lambs Theatre in 1978 where she was Producing Director until 1997. She produced and housed over 50 Off-Broadway plays and musicals, including Cotton Patch Gospel, Painting Churches, The Boys Next Door, and the first revival of GODSPELL. She nurtured the talents of Mark St. Germain’s and Randy Couts’ The Gifts of the Magi and Jonny Pye. Andrew Lippa’s and Tom Greenward’s jon and jen and Horton Foote’s directing The Roads to Home starring the late Jean Stapleton. She was VP of Creative Affairs Radio City Entertainment/MSG,
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