Arrelle Mc Gee- Playwright, Producer, Writer and Actress
God didn’t give us the spirit of fear…but of peace, love and sound mind 2 timothy 1:7
Ordained as an evangelist; gospel playwright Minister Mc Gee spreads the word of God from city to city proclaiming the gospel through the fine art of drama.
Anointed Works SD considers it a blessing and privilege to introduce Arrelle (Rosie) Mc Gee. An evangelist of the gospel, this anointed, lovely and soft-spoken woman of God has been given a dowry of immense wisdom with a magnitude of literary creativity to provoke minds and hearts to take a conscious thought and assessment of their lives. Like the story of Rachel in the bible Mc Gee’s play “The Cry of Rachel Today” is a story of love and unrequited love, trickery and deception, life and death. The plot of this Holy Ghost inspired drama has underlying currents of ironic humor and tearful reality. The similarities of the story of Rachel and the play are spiritually and philosophically profound. The play like the biblical story has many twists but with one exception; it is what is happening in today’s world, in today’s homes and today’s churches. The symbolic meaning of the name Rachel, which means ewe- a female sheep in the biblical times was a symbol of prosperity and security of nomadic people. Rachel, who died young, becomes an image of tragic womanhood.
The play a “today’s story” represents the same cry of womanhood. The glory of God expressed and taught in this theatrical work is that the same spiritual riches, hopes and safety afforded a people so very long ago is still being given by our heavenly Father today . The characters are metaphorically nomads- wanderers who are lost because of their lack of godly knowledge and/ or wisdom; they battle with their own diverse and complicated life situations but are allotted the same Godly Graces. The climax of the play is brought forth when the characters grasp the revelation of God’s love. Like Rachel in the bible who was once physically barren they spiritually receive the gift of life.
Rachel was remembered as the classic mother who mourns and intercedes for her children. More than a hundred years after the exile of the North, Jeremiah had a vision of Rachel still mourning, still grieving for her lost children. Moreover, he realized that her mourning served as an effective intercession, for God promised to reward her efforts and return her children (Jeremiah 31:15–21). After the biblical period, “Mother Rachel” continued to be celebrated as a powerful intercessor for the people of Israel; “The Cry of Rachel Today” joins and appeals to that intercession.
You can learn more about God’s Spotlight, Evangelist /Playwright Mc Gee and review a clip of the play with the link below:
"The Cry of Rachel Today"
Ruby didn't have a good relationship with her daughter in the past. She just recently began to truly love her daughter...but, Bobby had gotten hold of her daughter and there was no turning back...he killed her daughter, Regina. Oh...the pain!
This play has traveled from Maryland to California. You will not be disappointed! Don't let one thing stop you from being there.
Catch this dynamic live stage play on, November 20, 2010 at 1:00pm and 7:00pm.
Location: The Theater of Black Arts and Letters
Dallas Convention Center Theater Complex
Room T-312 and Room T313
(Corner of Canton and Akard Street)
Playwright McGee -Live Interview TODAY November 5, 2010
8 p.m. E.S.T. on Write Your Vision Blog Talk Radio with Host Evangelist Felecia Spaulding of I AM BLESSED
For information and to contact playwright McGee:
As Always Agape Love
I will wash mine hands in innocency: so will I compass thine altar, O Lord:
That I may publish with the voice of thanksgiving, and tell of all thy wondrous works.
Psalm 26:6, 7
Prophetess Sandra Dukes
“The Word in me is the Bara in me and the Bara in me is the God in me”