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Joe Dunfee

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    Puppetry. Creation.

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    Engineer
  • Favorite movies
    The Ten Commandments by Demille, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
  • Favorite music
    In the First Light, by Glad
  • Favorite creative writing
    C.S. Lewis' Science Fiction Trilogy

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  1. The stage adaption of C.S. Lewis' The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe is a play about Jesus. -Joe Dunfee
  2. In spite of this being an old topic, I think it remains a major topic for Christians in theater. Some have pointed out that it is the character that is doing the swearing. But, if I take that argument to an extreme, and into the whelm of getting naked on stage, I think you have crossed over in something that, even if your character would properly be doing so, it is wrong for the actor to disrobe. The act itself is immoral to do. For an extreme example, if the character is a pedophile, is it ever moral to take the child's clothes off and fondle them. I am hesitant to declare somethi
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