This creative thesis includes one full length play followed by a critical essay. The play is a comedy revolving around an apartment of college students who are visited by Jesus. Jesus washes their dishes, skateboards with them and otherwise accompanies them throughout their daily activities. Tom, one of the college students, is unable to see Jesus and believes that his roommates are playing a joke on him. Trying to ignore his friends' insistence that Jesus is indeed in their apartment, Tom attempts to pursue his long term crush. Things become complicated when Tom goes on a date and Jesus tags along. The critical essay that follows examines my relationship with creative writing and with my audience. The essay also attempts to explain why I chose this subject for my play.
College and Department
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Lewis, Anna Christina Kohler, "wwjd" (2008). Theses and Dissertations. 1488.
WWJD, casual Jesus, Jesus, play, Mormon play, Mormon literature, comedy, religious play, drama, theatre, theater, informal Jesus, Mormon humor, LDS Humor, theodicy, Christian play, Christian theatre, Christian theater