Acclaimed by critics, scholars and pastors of every major denomination in America, Frank Runyeon tours his dramas and comedies to 40 states a year. And he is coming to visit our community! Thank you to Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church for hosting this extraordinary event!
Put this on your calendar. You will be glad you did.
Live one man performances, Bringing Scriptures to Life, Frank Runyeon will perform for two evenings. October 15 and October 16. The production will take place at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church located at 200 N Dale Rd, in Moses Lake.
Please know, this event is family-friendly, so your whole household is welcome. You do not need to be a member of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church to attend. EVERYONE is invited and welcomed.
Both evening performances are FREE.
LUKE STORIES OF MERCY will be performed on Saturday, October 15 at 7:00PM.
JAMES WORKS OF MERCY will be performed on Sunday, October 16 at 7:00PM
Frank Runyeon has won national acclaim for his work as a translator and performer of Biblical texts over the past 20years. He has performed the the gospel for hundreds of thousands of people in almost every state in America, earning rave reviews. frankrunyeonproductions.com
For more information about the event, please go to: olf.church
Who’s Frank Runyeon?
He is well-known for his many roles in television. He starred for seven years as Steve Andropoulos on As The World Turns, opposite Meg Ryan, a storyline that garnered the second highest ratings in the history of daytime television.
He next appeared for four years as Father Michael Donnelly on the Emmy award-winning Santa Barbara, and as tycoon Simon Romero on General Hospital, opposite Emma Samms. Frank has also guest-starred in recurring roles on L.A. LAW as talk show host Brooks Tapman, on Falcon Crest as chess genius Jovan Dmytryk, on Melrose Place as Father Tom, and on All My Children as Forrest Williams.
Frank starred as Detective Marty Lowery in the feature film Sudden Death and as Pierre Lyon in Bolero. He appeared to rave reviews on the New York stage as Hercules in Aristophanes’ The Birds, and in regional theater as Clifford in Deathtrap and Oliver Costello in The Spider’s Web.
On the radio, he has hosted his own comedy talk show on the top-rated L.A. Station, KFI, and on WCNN in Atlanta, and co-hosted Charles McPhee’s nationally syndicated show, The Dream Doctor.
Frank is a graduate of Princeton University with a degree in Religion. After studying acting in New York and Los Angeles for 15 years, he attended Fuller Seminary in preparation for the writing and performance of his first one-man play, AFRAID!: The Gospel of Mark. He continued his studies at Yale Divinity School and General Theological Seminary, from which he received his Masters, with honors, in 1994. He work-shopped his first productions in cooperation with the faculty of Holy Cross College in Worcester, MA, and the University of Dayton.
Frank has now translated and adapted six Biblical texts for performance as one-man dramas.
He and his wife, Annie, live in Los Angeles with their three children.