The journey of putting up a new performance is not a sprint, it's more like a marathon. There are many steps that are taken, and the biggest lesson we have to keep reminding ourselves is to preserver. To press on even when you don't think you can take that next step.
We have been so grateful for the many people who have come alongside us during this marathon. Some cheering for short sections, others walking with us through the whole of this journey. People have helped in so many ways, financially, with encouraging words, time, resources, places to stay, meals and the list goes on.
This is a journey that we know we can't do alone and we want to today especially thank the folks who walked with us during our Kickstarter campaign. Because of these amazing folks our campaign was not only successful but went beyond our hoped for goal.
We are deeply encouraged by this as we continue.
Many of these steps we are taking are not exciting moments. We spend a lot of time in front of computers - writing, researching, emailing. But we know that all these little steps are helping us tell a story we are passionate about.
Mahatma Gandhi said that, "In a gentle way you can shake the world" We are hoping that this piece does just that. That this story gently touches us and helps us move forward to shake the world and instead of stories of violence we can tell stories of healing.
Thanks for walking with us in this journey! You can read more about this project and see the resources we are beginning to collect HERE.