TREMONTON -- The author of a Christian musical, created especially for North Hills Christian Fellowship in Tremonton, is offering the same play to other churches interested in enriching their congregation's experience.
Amanda Wallin Bradford, 37, is a playwright who has produced her first full-length play, titled "Lucan."
The story takes place in ancient times and tells of a woman who receives the truth and brings it to her Celtic village. The play, which includes warriors and the theme of good versus evil, tells of people who were brave enough to question the village's traditional beliefs and seek the truth.
The play was performed by members of Bradford's church for three nights in June in the Brigham City Fine Arts Center.
Members of the community attended the play alongside members of area Christian churches, and those involved were pleased with the turnout.
Bradford said she hopes other churches will be interested in her play, but mostly she hopes people will learn to question the things around them.
"I grew up in a Christian family, but I had to find out the truth through my own struggles," Bradford said, noting the similarities between the story line and her own experiences.
Bradford has lived in New York and Long Island but now is a mother of two living in Tremonton.
The play lasts about an hour and a half and includes five dances. There are parts for people of all ages.
Churches interested in Bradford's play may contact her through her Facebook page or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.