Keewell Productions is proud to present a community wide
passion play: The Promise. “The Promise is legendary in regards to faith
based theatrical works,” said Director, Joshua Maxwell. “It has been
performed for almost 30 years in Glen Rose, Texas, as well Branson, on
Broadway, and in churches and theaters around the world. It was even the
first Christian based work to be allowed into Russia after the fall of the
The Promise was created by Jan Dargatz and Gary Rhodes, featuring the work
of some of Christian music’s most celebrated composers including Sandi
Patti, Betty Jean Robinson, and Gloria Gaither. It tells the story of
Christ from His birth, to death and resurrection. It’s a powerful
adaptation which is sure to inspire faith and hope in it’s audience.
“We’ve had people from across the community come together for this
project,” Maxwell said. “Members from various congregations. The cast is
packed with talent and we think the audience is in for a treat.”
The Promise cast includes: Terry Bull, Anderson Bunch, Lucia Bunch, Rowan
Burns, Riley Collard, Randy Cornelius, Brenda Cruz, Michael Cruz, Dania
Dewese, Sara Dorantes, Rylan Downs, Jill Froneberger, Jimena Garcia, Brylee
Harris, Hannah Harris, Ty Harris, Angeli Hartliep, Ken Hibben, Danika
Heuberger, Lisa Jenkins, Selah Jenkins, Tayler Kruse, Molly Law, Grace
Lowry, Donna Massoud, Anlyn Newberry, Kayla Phillips, Taylor Pickering,
Bodee Robinson, Chad Robinson, Jonathan Robinson, Melodee Robinson, Mary
Ann Stevens, Paul Stevens, Celia Ann Stogner, Sarah Stogner-Dickinson,
Paula Vaughan, Will Walker, and Candace Weist.
The production team includes: Joshua Maxwell, Producer and Director;
Danielle McKee, Producer and Choreographer; Catherine Maxwell, Production
Manager; Jay Curt McKee, Technical Director; and Paula Vaughan, Costume
The Promise is made possible by the generous sponsorships of Angeli
Hartliep, Donna Massoud, and Edward Jones Financial Advisor: Stephen
Gerrald. Show dates are September 1st, 2nd, and 3rd at 8 PM nightly.
Performances should conclude by 9:30. Admission is free. Lawn chairs and
picnics are welcome.