The Prodigal Trilogy

June 14, 2015 - 10:15 am Service

The Prodigal Trilogy is three monologues based on the Luke 15 parable of Jesus. Each monologue is spoken from the perspective of a different character in the story.

Some of the inspiration for these monologues came from a song by Keith Green called  The Prodigal Son Suite, a painting by Rembrandt entitled The Return of the Prodigal Son and a book inspired by the same painting, written by Henri Nouwen, also called  The Return of the Prodigal Son.

Jason Hildebrand - Part storyteller, part creative catalyst - Jason works as an actor, producer, filmmaker and communication coach. For the past 18 years, Jason has partnered with film and theatre companies, organizations and educational institutions as an artist/coach around the world. Jason is most recognized for his acclaimed solo performances: BLUE LIKE JAZZ // LIVE, THE PRODIGAL TRILOGY, LIFE OF DAVID and KINGDOM OF HEROD. He also tours with two-man plays – FISH EYES and BREATHE with Mike Janzen.

He has developed and produced two films – the multi-award-winning film THE PRODIGAL TRILOGY and a cinematic adaptation of his multi-media solo performance BLUE LIKE JAZZ // LIVE. He has two projects currently in development - BREATHE FILM PROJECT, an episodic feature-film based on stories from the play BREATHE. Release date, late 2015. And, SEARCHING FOR ABRAHAM, a creative re-telling of the story of the great patriarch. Release date, Summer 2015.

Jason has recently come under the charitable umbrella of INCARNATION and has the ability to offer patrons tax receipts for their donations.

Jason also coaches executives and leaders on a regular basis on the art of communication. Through his craft, Jason is passionate about seeing both individuals and groups become the best version of themselves. Jason lives in downtown Toronto with his wife and four children.

Jason Hildebrand Creative Arts is now able to offer charitable tax receipts for monthly or one-time donations.  100% of money donated goes to Jason’s ministry.

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