We are delighted to be in residence at 12th Avenue Arts from September 6 to October 10, 2021 to continue the process of workshopping and developing The Driftwood Bridge.
Since the situation with COVID-19 remains unpredictable, in lieu of offering public performances we are streaming our most recent production of the show for free.
We invite you to enjoy it at home or wherever you currently find yourself.
Welcome from David and Thomas
Ready for the show? Feel free to get comfortable or to get dressed up or to do anything in between to enjoy this evening's or afternoon's or morning's performance.
You'll find your program below. You are also invited to stroll through our virtual lobby and view the gallery of production photos before settling in for the performance.
The Driftwood Bridge: An Offering of Story and Song
We now invite you to enjoy an intermission to stretch your legs and refresh your eyes.
Then enjoy a bite to eat or get a drink and do whatever else you would normally do during the intermission of a live performance.
Once you feel ready to watch the second act, return to your seat and get comfortable again.
The Journey Ahead
This online streaming premiere of The Driftwood Bridge marks the end of one journey and the beginning of another. As we prepare to take our show on the road following the COVID-19 pandemic, we welcome your feedback, comments, and testimonials.
We also invite you, if you feel so moved, to consider making a donation to support the work of further developing and refining our show. Every little bit counts!
To donate online using PayPal, simply click our driftwood button below! Yes, it really works.
Behind the Scenes
If you'd like to take a peek backstage, we've put together a short 5-minute video that takes you behind the scenes of our 2019 production.
You're also welcome to watch the original, 60-minute version of the show that we performed at our wedding and also the ceremony that was officiated by the Reverend Gail Crouch.