Who we are— a collective of Theatre Artists who bring forth our gifts and talents to inspire our audiences. Whether a seasoned professional or stepping out for the first time, all are welcome.
What we do—is ever evolving. The vision is to support other ministries, serve our community through performance and workshop, reach out to the underserved communities in Los Angeles, and bring forth transformative original productions.
Why we are—
Agape Theatre Ministry Purpose Statement
Our purpose, is to bring forth creative programs and services which elevate and inspire the world wide community towards its individual and collective spiritual evolvement. We are here to transform, to heal, and provide a platform for our highest artistic expression. We are on the emerging edge of theatrical production, and we strive to stimulate new ideas, forms, and experiences as expressed from the one true source of creativity—God.
What have we done?
Revelation Conference 2012-13 Child of the Sun 2012
The Exonerated 2012
King of the Desert 2013
Season for Non-Violence 2014
What’s happening now?
–The People Speak Open Mic is the 1st Friday of every month. 6:30 pm sign up and 7:00 pm start time. All are welcome to attend.
—The Artist Salon is every 2nd and 3rd Friday of the month (subject
–First Monday of every month is community outreach to A New Way of Life. We hold creative workshops in the home of women in transition out of the penal system.
How to join?
Contact Quonta Beasely at email@example.com
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“City of God”, written by Rickie Byars Beckwith and Michael Bernard Beckwith, performed by Rev. Leon Campbell, Rickie Byars Beckwith and the Agape International Choir.
The Agape Choir Ensemble, directed by Marianne Lewis, performed recently at the Saban Theater for the Kindred Spirits Organization benefiting “Save a Child’s Heart” Foundation. The Agape Choir Ensemble gathered today during services to share one of their favorite musical selections from that evening with us, “I Was Here”.
“I Was Here” was originally written by Hillary Scott, Gary Burr, and Victoria Shaw; and was recorded by Lady Antebellum in 2008.
Stand in your awwe of God as Gino Walker sings “To God Be the Glory” Performed at the Agape International Spiritual Center on 8/12/2012.