Teacher/Instructor: Denny Brownlee
Topic: “Act as if It Is So”
Being an “actor” simply means: filling a role - developing a character – knowing your lines - finding your motivation… and delivering a performance.
These are things we all do every day. Denny will take us through the various elements needed to deliver a credible performance, as actors, as business leaders and as children of God. And together we’ll discover what’s needed to “act as if it is so.”
Denny is an actor, voice actor, writer and speaker. For many years he cohosted the popular Family Life Network’s “Morning Show with John and Denny,” creating more than a dozen characters and writing over 1000 comedy sketches. In television, Denny played the original “Discovery Jones,” the host of children’s programming on the cable network INSP. Additionally, he has played principle roles in over two dozen stage productions and has appeared in six feature films.
And of course, he is the voice of Seymour Swine’s stuttering rendition of “Blue Christmas,” which has become a holiday favorite the world over.
With his wife Sandy, they swept the grand prizes for both drama writing and performing at the Christian Artists Music Seminar in Estes Park, CO., and have since taught and performed at numerous Christian conferences.
They now run Playful World Ministries, a department of Artists in Christian Testimony, where they continue to create playful stories and experiences that express Truth and bring laughter and healing.