Homeschool Dramatic Society DVDs

Several of our plays have been filmed and released on DVD. You may order them from Notgrass Company for $10.95 each. Call 1-800-211-8793 to order by phone or order online using the buttons on the individual DVD pages. If you click on a link below, you will go to the Notgrass Company website.

Touched by the King DVD by Mary Evelyn McCurdy
Touched by the King
Capernaum, Galilee in Israel, First Century AD

This production takes you to the streets of Capernaum during the days when Jesus walked there. You will meet the people He touched and see how He impacted their community, their lives, and their hearts. The production is highlighted with traditional Israeli dances and songs, as well as original musical numbers and choreography. Touched by the King was performed by members of the Homeschool Dramatic Society in Cookeville, Tennessee, in 2015. All ages.

Free At Last DVD by Mary Evelyn McCurdy
Free at Last
A Story of the Underground Railroad, 1851

This play is set in 1851. It is a story of the Underground Railroad told with drama, humor, folk songs and spirituals, and traditional folk dances. Free at Last was performed by 112 members of the Homeschool Dramatic Society in Cookeville, Tennessee, in 2014. All ages.

Fiona's Gift DVD by Mary Evelyn McCurdy
Fiona's Gift
Christmas on the Lower East Side, 1913

This story is told on the streets of New York, in a shirt factory and a butcher shop, and in a tiny tenement apartment. It focuses on an Irish family who desperately needs their father to learn what it means to give and to love. All ages.

Miracle in the Hills DVD by Mary Evelyn McCurdy
Miracle in the Hills
A Medical Mission in Appalachian North Carolina, 1911

A cast of 76 brings this amazing true story to life with suspense and humor, Appalachian music, choreography, and old-fashioned square dancing. All ages.


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