I've become increasingly appreciative of the socio-drama that my teacher Rich led us to do, including the enacted prayers. The Lord literally popped detail upon detail into my mind to incorporate into the improvised scenarios, while I worked my way to achieve the objectives the director set for me. I felt His presence the whole time, a peace that transcends all understanding. I was very much in character, felt like crying because they were sad scenes...
MasterWorks Festival alumna discussing her successful audition for a film
Rich Swingle is an award-winning actor who has performed on six continents, 39 nations and in hundreds of venues with his one-man plays and workshops. The dynamic nature of his work can fill as little as ten minutes in a larger presentation or as much as a full week of workshops. He has performed at churches, colleges, retreats, camps, prisons, a military base, theatres from Off-Broadway to The Kennedy Center, film, radio, and CD-ROM. For the Beginners Bible video series, distributed by Sony Wonder, he did 20 roles including Jesus, Adam, and the Serpent. He has performed voice-overs and on-screen roles in several commercials and over 20 film projects. He has performed and/or taught workshops in nearly 50 colleges or universities, including Namseoul University, Korea, Memphis University, and he co-leads a workshop annually at Princeton University. Rich also spoke at the Ivy League Congress on Faith and Action, hosted by the Harvard University chapter of Christian Union. For a more complete bio visit www.RichDrama.com/Bio .