Walking in Space



A musical revue presented by the Westminster Choir

Saturday, February 6 at 7:30pm

Sunday, February 7 at 2:00pm

Fellowship Hall

Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door



You are invited to a special presentation featuring the talented youth of the Westminster Choir.  Using songs from the popular musical, “Hair” from the 1970s this production explores themes such as the search for meaning in life, standing up for one’s beliefs, war and reconciliation, building community, and loving all humanity.   Just as songs such as “Let the Sunshine” and “Where Do I Go?” spoke to youth almost 50 years ago, they can attract a new generation in questioning the world they live in.

Advance tickets are $10 online or from the church office.  Admission will be $15 at the door.  As always, proceeds benefit the SARA JANE HUSSEY MEMORIAL fund which supports youth choir activities.

Don’t miss this musical opportunity and please support the music ministry at FPC.  The two performances in Caldwell will be followed by a choir tour to England where the youth will be performing at host churches near London.

The material for WALKING IN SPACE was chosen for its representation of the experience of youth and the quest for a unique identity within a world of possibilities and challenges. The music from the rock musical HAIR transcends generational boundaries and trends, and, even taken out of context, has an immediacy and relevance which rivals few other works of theater. The subject matter deals with American social justice movements and anti-war sentiments of the 1960s, and yet it encompasses many contemporary political and social issues with which we struggle in today’s world. WALKING IN SPACE contains only a loose narrative, though it seeks to portray each element of our lives in a cohesive way. The inclusion of monologues, both classical and contemporary, helps to relay the idea that the questions of youth are questions we will always continue to ask. The road to self-discovery encompasses all ages, and we all must navigate through the ‘space’ of our lives.

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