Christian Plays - "IT'S NOT TOO LATE" - Media Links
It's Not Too Late - a Christian play
Based on the Columbine Tragedy
written by Dick Lentz
|Audio, Video, and Media Resources
| This page lists audio, video, and media resources for the Christian Play It's Not Too Late, a
musical drama based on the Columbine tragedy - a story of decisions people make about God.
This play runs about 60 minutes and takes a cast of 11-12.
Although this play was written in the year following the shootings at Columbine High School on
April 20, 1999, it's message still resonates today. The decisions we make about God matter.
They affect our lives as well as the lives of others. It may be too late for some to make a
different decision about God - about Jesus - But for most - for you - It's Not Too Late.
You can find more information about this play on its homepage, To find what's available for
purchase, check out the scripts and music page, Other information can be found by clicking
on one of the links to the left. You can also contact me if you want more information.
At the bottom of this page you find a list of some other things I've written that are posted on the
Internet including editorials and guest columns for local newspapers, adult Bible studies written
for David C. Cook publications, and articles for my blog titled As I see it today.
This section lists recorded versions of the play found on the web. Clicking on the highlighted text will take to the recording.
Peterborough Free Methodist Church, Ontario Canada April 17, 2011 (Excellent video)
Kingsland Baptist Church, Richmond, Virginia June 13, 2010
Victorious Life Christian Church, Troy, New York April 17, August 7, 2009
Windsor Hills Baptist Church Youth Conference, Oklahoma City, Ok Summer 2007 and 2008 (very moving)
(original song and video clip written and recorded for these performances of the play)
Subang Jaya Gospel Center, Malaysia Sept. 6, 13 2003
Blogs,Comments, and Cast Links
This section contains links to blogs, cast lists and other comments regarding the play.
Subang Jaya Gospel Center, Malaysia Sept. 6, 13 2003 Web Ad
|IT'S NOT TOO LATE
A Christian Play - a Musical / Drama
Based on the Columbine Tragedy
Written by Dick Lentz
7918 Fairfax Ct
Niwot, Colorado 80503
dickelentz @ aol.com
303-652-2991 (home) 303-718-4703 (cell)
Other Things I've Written
This section list links to various things I've written and posted on the Internet:
Editorials published in the Boulder, Colorado Daily Camera:
Lack of Moral Compass Can Send Us Adrift August 14, 2015
A One-Sided View of Discrimination January 1, 2015
Editorials published in the Longmont, Colorado Times-Call:
What would Jesus do about School Shootings? May 29, 2018
Addressing Gun Violence With a Better Understanding of the Freedom of Religion February 25, 2018
Christians' call to action isn't what the writer thinks April 15, 2016
Gay Marriage: God may grant our wish to be left alone June 30, 2015
The Root Cause of the Hamas-Israeli Conflict August 8, 2014
Jesus Didn't Come to Kill or destroy April 22, 2014
Response was Free From Facts August 5, 2013
What Hamas Really Wants December 12, 2012
A sampling of adult Bible Study lesson introductions written for David C. Cook Publications
Faithful, Generous Giving May 13, 2018
Whom do you trust January 8, 2018
A New and Better Covenant November 12, 2017
Meet God on His Terms October 10, 2017
Responding to a Holy God July 9, 2017
Let Go! February 12, 2017
Thank God I am Forgiven April 10, 2016
Acts of Goodness June 14, 2015
Gifts for the Common Good May 10, 2015
Articles I wrote and posted on my blog titled "As I See It Today" - Reflections on my understanding of the Bible
Jesus discourse on the end times - a tale of two questions - Matthew 24 and Luke 21 November 21, 2018
The Church may not be the Bride of Christ - Revelation 19:6-9 May 4, 2018
The Mark of the Beast may be an issue for Christians only - Revelation 13:11-17 March 13, 2018
Is My Old Self Really Gone - 2 Corinthians 5:17 February 13, 2018
Who are the rightful heris of the land of Israel? February 5, 2018
The Philosophy a Value of "Small Churches" January 18, 2016
One Upright Man Among a Thousand, But No Upright Woman? - Ecclesiastes 7:28 February 21, 2015
Don't Presume to be a Teacher - James 3:1 December 26, 2014
Train up a child in the way he should go - Proverbs 22:6 October 22, 2014
Where two or three come together in my name - Matthew 18:20 October 8, 2014
Christmas Devotions Written for Calvary Church in Longmont, Colorado
Impatient Hope - Peter December 8, 2014
Hope Surprised - the Woman at the Well December 10, 2014
Undiminished Hope - Job December 11, 2014
Hope Confirmed - John the Baptist December 12, 2014
Hope Sustained - The Apostle John December 13, 2014
This section provides recordings of music from the original performance of the play. You should be able to click on these and
hear some of the music from that performance. Note that all are "monaural" and may come out of your left speaker only.
THESE MAY PLAY AUTOMATICALLY depending on the settings of your browser. You can MUTE them by right- clicking to
the left of the text of each song listed and selecting mute..
"I follow my own path" sung by
Jason Holmes in response to the
questions, "What path do you take
in life? What choice do you make?"
"I learned that Jesus Cares"
sung by Lisa Caldwell as she
tells Katie why she committed
her life to Jesus.
"It's Too Late for Me" sung by Jason
Holmes as he realizes the horrible
and eternal consequences of his
rejection of God.
This section list links to news articles regarding individual performances.
Link to interview with myself and director of performance at Blue Mountain College February, 2019
Events-In-Us, Waverly, Ohio - Pike Christian Academy performs powerful drama May, 2014
Uniontown High School Student News - Local Church Tackles Columbine Tragedy March, 2014
The Tribune Democrat - Oakland United Methodist Church drama Tackles Columbine Tragedy August, 2013
Journal-News, Middleton Ohio - School Play Based on Columbine Tragedy March, 2013
Canton Observer - Teens Present Christian Drama September, 2015
The Courier Herald, Dublin Georgia - Finding Triumph out of Tragedy March, 2003