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DVD of 3T Screen Play Now Available from Amazon

August 3, 2015
The professionally produced DVD of the screen play Three Testaments: Shalom, Peace, Salam is now commercially available at and a few other places, ideal for classroom, community, congregational or personal use. The music is as outstanding as the acting and everyone is delighted at the way we deal with Muhammad "on stage" with the approval of senior imams and no negative reaction from extremists despite anxious publicity.

Many who have seen it say the DVD is practically as good as the play itself. It plays best on a large screen with the volume up a notch or two. Simply go to Amazon's Movie and TV category and scroll down about four places (today) to the cover with our birds. Then simply pay your ten dollars, a price kept low for students in particular. You might like to pass around some copies; this DVD makes a great gift. It's also available on YouTube, of course, but that "squint" version has only half the impact.

This play is the final production in support of Three Testaments: Torah, Gospel and Quran, which continues to rack up awards on its own. During the production of the stage play we put the finishing of Four Testaments: Tao Te Ching, Analects, Dhammapada, Bhagavad Gita on hold, but this sequel will now get the attention it deserves prior to publication early 2016 ... the subject of future blogs on this site.

We welcome a couple dozen actors, producers and others associated with the 3T play to the blog site for this occasion, and invite them to follow us through the next stage of this World Religions project ... though no possibilities of a play in India or China have yet presented themselves. Our online community is now back up to a thousand, which is where it was during final stages of 3T writing, and where I hope it remains through the 4T exercise. Those who wish to comment to me about it (or about this) are encouraged to email me direct at anytime.

Thanks all for your interest, guidance and support.

Posted by: Brian Arthur Brown