Reviews

Act 1 succeeds with Vaclav Havel’s drama about stultifying government bureaucracy
“Also in that mix is newcomer Emory Colvin, who stands out in the role of Alice, a lower-level functionary who emerges as the play’s love interest.”
Martin Brady, Nashville Scene, May 5, 2012

 

“I have watched Emory minister to many different types of people in a variety of settings.  Her outstanding versatility is one of her greatest strengths.  She has a unique ability to connect with her audience, allowing her “characters” to come to life and infuse their emotions into the viewer. Her powerful dramas have made me laugh and cry over and over.  Excellence and professionalism are two words that perfectly describe Emory.  She is a delight to work with both in front of and behind the scenes.  Adapting to any ministry setting, Emory does a top-notch job of emceeing, performing, and ministering, adjusting her work to meet the needs of the conference leader.  She is sensitive, creative and desires to serve the Lord with her whole heart.

Betsy Langmade
Women’s Event Project Coordinator
LifeWay Christian Resources
Nashville, TN