It all started back at NABWU Assembly 2012 in nashville...
While at our last Assembly in Nashville, Joanna Doak, founder and director of Chameleon Jo, was touched to the core regarding the issues surrounding human trafficking. She decided at that time that she would write a production as a way to inform and educate.
The story is a fictional representation of the reality of sex trafficking in North America, using the SuperBowl as a backdrop.
After its debut in Fredericton, a tour of the Greater Toronto Area, a performance at the Acadia Anti-Slavery Week, and an abridged format at the Fundy Fringe Festival, Chameleon Jo Productions is proud to bring the “eXpendable” story to the NABWU New Dreams Assembly.
Sarah is a blogger searching for a girl to rescue and a story to write. Tony is an undercover cop looking for the “Boss” in charge. How will the truth affect them, the girls enslaved, and the audience?
God has used this production to touch and motivate hearts. Come ready to let God speak to you!
Read a CBC article on Expendable
See a recap of highlights of Expendable
when you will see expendable
This production will be held on Saturday evening. You will also hear Joanna share about this journey on Sunday morning as she is part of the "Turning Dreams into Reality" panel.