“Big Fish Little Worm” is but one of a dozen one-man dramas performed by actor and writer Rich Swingle, most of which he has written. “Big Fish Little Worm” includes a summary of the lives of Jonah, Gideon, Jeremiah, and Sean Gaffney’s Lazarus, wherein Rich interweaves his testimony of his faith in Jesus.
Listen to Rich Swingle share his story:
Rich Swingle performs it in St. Louis on Sunday afternoon, January 17, 3:00 pm sponsored by St. Louis’ Creative Arts Fellowship. The Fellowship is led by John Kasica, 40+ year percussionist of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra; his wife, flautist Paula Kasica; and artist/producer Bert VanderMark of Studio Montage of St. Louis. (www.studiomontage.com).
Below is our invitation from the Creative Arts Fellowship, which meets periodically…. and is open to the public:
An Afternoon with Rich Swingle Performing! Sharing! Q & A!
Where: DaySpring School of the Arts. 2500 Metro Blvd, Maryland Heights 63043
[in the northwest portion of Greater St. Louis]
When: Sunday, January 17 3:00 pm Free! Love Offering will be accepted!
“Rich Swingle has performed and/or taught on five continents, in 28 nations and in hundreds of venues, mostly with a dozen one-man plays he has written or helped develop: A Clear Leading, Big Fish Little Worm, The Revelation, The Acts, Alien Immigration Training, Views of the Manger, Five Bells for 9/11, Journey to the Garden, Paradise Lost, God of Hope, Shepherds Reflect on the 23rd Psalm, and Beyond the Chariots, which he’s performed Off-Broadway, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (the largest arts festival in the world), in LA, Toronto, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Transylvania, and in Beijing, Vancouver, Singapore and London while those cities hosted the Olympics.
“Rich has lived in New York City since 1993, where he’s acted in a number of productions, film, radio, and CD-ROM. He has been featured in 21 movies, most notably the lead role of Mitchell Little in Providence, (shown in select AMC Theatres starting February 12, 2016), the lead role of Frederich Lehman in Indescribable, the featured role of Dr. Bonneville in Beyond the Mask, the featured role of Claud in the award-winning A Christmas Snow, the principal role of Coach Sean Ryan in For the Glory, and the featured role of Sheriff Hanson in the award-winning Pawn’s Move, the featured role of John Gray in In His Steps, the featured role of a land speculator in Alone Yet Not Alone, Hollywood director Forrest Woods in The Screenwriters, a quirky clerk in Christmas Grace, a lead in the short film Settled, the featured role of a land speculator in Polycarp: Destroyer of Gods, the featured role of a homeless man in Confessions of a Prodigal Son, the featured role of a newscaster in Creed of Gold, and the featured role of Nigel Livengood in Princess Cut.”