Invite a friend and join us as we gather to wrestle, inquire, and discuss topics about our faith while enjoying craft beer brewed by Highrock's rock-star homebrewer Pete Harkins!
We will gather at the Espacio to hear a short talk from a Highrock’s own Norm Jones and engage in discussion about the performing arts and faith.
$10 will get you a beer and some homemade snacks prepared by the Stoutfaith team. Expect new friends and plenty of discussion! We'll also have non-alcoholic beverages and wine available for those who prefer that.
Our speaker will be Highrock’s very own Norm Jones.
Speaker Bio: Norman Jones is an actor, director, author and speaker. He has been teaching theatre at Gordon College since 1985. He is the founder of History Alive, a professional theatre company based at Gordon College best known for it’s performances of Cry Innocent, a historically accurate play based on the Bridget Bishop, one of the accused in the infamous Salem witch trials. The longest running play north of Boston, Norm directed Cry Innocent for its first seven years. Professor Jones has written and performed plays on the life of Nathaniel Hawthorne since 1991. An accomplished actor, he has performed in plays ranging from Shakespeare to Neil Simon. Some of his favorite roles include the Duke in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, Badger in Alan Bennett’s adaption of The Wind in the Willows, Harold in Lyle Kessler’s Orphans, Bluntschli in Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the Man and Matthew in his own play entitled Play of Light. In addition, Norm has directed over fifty plays.