Oh, you know. Just another Sunday afternoon preparing for acting class.
I have sung all of my life. And music has held my attention and curiosity since childhood. I began studying how music worked in high school and completed a major in composition and arranging in college.
Acting, like music or any other art form, is a serious craft. I came across this article and video from Charlie Sandlan, the Executive Director and Senior Acting Teacher at New York’s Maggie Flanigan Studio. Sandlan argues that, on the whole, British actors understand the importance of craft and technique more so than American actors. Consequently, the Brits are taking some of our best roles.
This post is part of the Sunday Setlist blog carnival of TheWorshipCommunity.com.
Now my soul is troubled. And what should I say – “Father, save me from this hour”? No, it is for this reason that I have come to this hour… – from John 12
This morning at The Table, Malone spoke of the conflict between the holiness of God and the limitations of men and women. This conflict comes to conclusion in the cross of Jesus. This was our set of worship music.
- Walk-in 1: Come as You are (Crowder / Maher / Glover)
- Walk-in 2: Station 6 (Veronica wipes the face of Jesus) (Wesley / Pipkin)
- 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord) (Myrin / Redman)
- Cornerstone (Myrin / Morgan / Liljero / Bradbury / Mote)
- Offertory: Don’t Give Up (Peter Gabriel)
- Doxology: to the tune of “What Wondrous Love is This?”
- Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy Lord (Peter Scholtes)
- Communion: Our Father (Marcus Meier)
- Cornerstone (reprise)
The Table Troubadours
- Jonathan Riggs – leader
- Karlton Scott – drums / percussion
- Michael Majett – bass
- Miguel Perez – guitars
- Steve Morley – keys / vocals
- Darci Wantiez – vocals
- Chris Wright – audio
- Jim Williams – media