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Brad Sherrill Brad Sherrill is an accomplished actor whose performances of one-man shows including The Gospel of John, Prophets, and Red Letter Jesus have inspired thousands of people around the world.

Brad Sherrill

Brad Sherrill has acted professionally in Atlanta since 1983. He was selected by Atlanta Magazine in 2000 as Atlanta's Best Dramatic Actor and by Creative Loafing (another Atlanta publication) in 2001 as Atlanta's Best Actor.

He has performed in over 20 productions at Atlanta's Alliance Theatre and is an Artistic Associate for the Georgia Shakespeare Theatre where he has acted in 50 productions over 24 seasons.

Brad has given over 600 performances of The Gospel of John worldwide including professional theater runs off-Broadway (2003), in Chicago, Washington D.C., Toronto and Atlanta.  His tours in Europe from 2007-2009 included Westminster Cathedral (London), Christ Church Cathedral (Dublin) and St. Peter's Cathedral (Belfast.)

He has premiered new works in recent years including Prophets (at Georgia Shakespeare, Atlanta, 2010) and Red Letter Jesus (at Theatre in the Square, Atlanta, 2012) and now presents all three performances in venues nationwide.  Visit his website at: www.gospelofjohn.com


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Brad Sherrill: Come, Follow Me

Brad Sherrill
In his video reflection, actor Brad Sherrill encourages us to join Jesus on a journey, to "Come, follow me, and I will make you fishers of people."
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Brad Sherrill

Break-In at the Water Gate

Nehemiah 8:1-3

3rd Sunday of Epiphany - Year C

November 18, 2012

Brad Sherrill

One of the questions most frequently asked of any stage actor is, "How do you remember all of those lines?"  This is especially true with me, given that the "script" I have memorized and perform is the entire GOSPEL OF JOHN, word for word.  Following a performance of John's Gospel in Chicago a few years ago, I was approached by a somewhat speechless fireman.  He grabbed hold of my arm and stared at me.  Finally, he asked the question: "How did you do that?  How do you remember all of those words?"  I embraced him and replied, "What are you talking about?  How do you run into a burning building when everyone else is running out?"

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