Theater group stages production created by Rockford resident

Rogue River Theater takes ‘The Light of Heaven’s Dove’ on the road


Local actors group, the Rogue River Community Theater, took their talent on tour as they offered “The Light of Heaven’s Dove” to a variety of venues. Playing at the restored and historic Kent Theater in Cedar Springs, the group presented a musical drama about the life of Christ.

The story depicts the changes that Christ’s life has had historically and currently, impacting the lives of people. Jesus of Nazareth is played by John Hogan, with Mary portrayed by Teresa Lautenbach. Patricia Rose Boersak of Rockford wrote, staged, choreographed and directed the show. The final performance will be December 6 at the Basilica of St. Adalberts Cathedral, 701 Fourth Street, downtown Grand Rapids, at 7:30 p.m.

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