Writing: Scripts

Script

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Xavier!

Written by Ted Doolittle

A Ted Doolittle original one-act, this stylized play (area and repeated lines/scenes similar to “Rimers of Eldritch”) follows the life of Christ if he had been born in a culture such as today.

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In His Steps

Adapted for the stage by Ted and Martha Doolittle

A one-act adaptation of the first part of “In His Steps,” the novel by Charles Sheldon that inspired the phrase “What would Jesus Do.” Originally commissioned by and produced at the City of Refuge Church.

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Van Gogh Experiment

A Multi-dimensional Arts Experience

From letters translated by R. G. Harrison
Compiled with permission by Martha Doolittle

Van Gogh’s life told through his letters. Originally a staged reading for The Bard Project Arts Company, Martha is working on this for Ted to perform at a later date.

Velveteen Rabbit

Adapted by Martha Doolittle

Martha adapted this for production at the A.D. Players.

All I Want for Christmas

Written by Martha Doolittle

A Martha Doolittle Original originally produced at the A.D. Players

“Ted Doolittle is a man of faith and passion for his calling as an artist; a man of business and integrity as bookkeeper; and committed to his family as husband and father. ” – Martha Doolittle

I am passionate about my art, my numbers, and my God. If you’d like to discuss any of these with me, please feel free to reach out to me at the appropriate contact numbers on the right. I am most grateful to God for my wife, Martha, our daughter, Dorothy and her little dog, JoJo. – Ted

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