Fruit of the Tree

Program length: Characters only - 60 minutes
with Anita's testimony - 85 minutes

Potiphar's Wife
Mary of Magdala
Anita's Personal Testimony *

~ Late, late for a very important date, that's Eve.  It's her first therapy session and boy, does  she need it!  She's taken the rap all  these years for introducing sin into the world and she's looking for  answers.  
~ Shallow, spoiled, a vixen, an  alley cat, that's Potiphar's Wife, and she's proud of it.  You'll love to hate her!  
~   A woman plagued by demon possession is  touched by the only man who can completely cure her - Jesus.  Mary of Magdala becomes one of Jesus' disciples and we hear the Passion Week story through her eyes .

Fruit of the Tree is often used during Lent and as the  closing program for a women's retreat.  It starts out light and funny but ends with Mary's emotional rendition of the  crucifixion and resurrection.  This  program is appropriate for men and women, but due to sexual innuendo in  Potiphar's Wife, probably not suitable for young children.  


* Anita always includes her personal testimony for single performances. At retreats, she will give her testimony at the end of one of the selected programs. A second piece, "Lessons Along the Way" (10 minutes) is available for repeat clients and retreats.  In addition, 10-15 minute "Reflections on the Women" are available for most programs performed in a retreat setting.