A Christmas Carol
Chip Arnold as Ebenezer Scrooge and Nan Gurley as Ghost of Christmas Past

A Christmas Carol

Chip Arnold as Ebenezer Scrooge and Nan Gurley as Ghost of Christmas Past
Nightingale Theatre
Directed by Paula Flautt
Role: Ebenezer Scrooge

“Bespectacled and dressed for most of the play in a long, white nightshirt and cap neither of which hide his wonderful facial gestures, Chip Arnold gives us a gentle, fur-lined Scrooge. He emphasizes his character’s childishness, investing Scrooge with such youthful qualities as liveliness and spunk.”

Caroline Bartholomew
The Nashville Banner
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The Word Made Flesh Trilogy
The Word Made Flesh Trilogy of my one- man shows of biblical characters.

The Word Made Flesh Trilogy

Multiple National Tours of his three one-man shows:
The Light of the World: The story of Jesus Christ
The Voice of the Lion: The story of the apostle Paul
The Singer of Israel: The story of King David

 

“Chip Arnold is, above all, a communicator of truth. The words of the Holy Scripture seem to leap off the page with all the intensity, humanity, and humor of each Biblical writer. Now with the contemporary film version of THE WORD MADE FLESH TRILOGY, one can both learn and be brilliantly entertained by each performance.”

Ronn Huff
Music Arranger and Conductor

“Chip Arnold has a way with the characters he portrays. His acting talent alone explains how you think you have been right there with David, Paul, or Jesus. But it is also his personal faith and his perceptiveness that makes these stories from the Scriptures and the lives of the characters speak so eloquently with rich new meaning. He makes the Bible come alive with THE WORD MADE FLESH TRILOGY.”

Bob Benson
Author and Speaker

“There are absolutely no words to describe Chip Arnold’s presentations from the Bible. Never before have I experienced the Word of God come alive in such a fresh way.  It’s life changing. THE WORD MADE FLESH TRILOGY is a must see for everyone.”

Michael W. Smith
Music Artist
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Man of La Mancha
Man of La Mancha: Henry II is sword-wielding Don Quixote and Henry III is behind him whispering, "That's my old man."

Man of La Mancha

Man of La Mancha: Henry II is sword-wielding Don Quixote and Henry III is behind him whispering, “That’s my old man.”
Theatre Nashville
Directed by Eric Ericson
Role: Paco, Muleteer
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Death of a Salesman

David Lipscomb University
Directed by Jerry Henderson
Role: Biff Loman

He won the University’s award for Best Supporting Actor that year, though he can’t find the plaque anywhere.

“…Chip Arnold played Biff in a moving performance. The entire cast depicted with fidelity a situation as contemporary as today.”

Sara Morrow
The Nashville Banner
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Dollars to Doughnuts

Barn Dinner Theatre
Directed by Michael Edwards
Role: George Hobbs
Cast of “Dollars to Doughnuts”
Chip Arnold as George Hobbs, Lynn Eastes as Caroline, and Eleanor Fell as Mrs. Boland
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Send Me No Flowers

Barn Dinner Theatre
Directed by Barbara Moore
Role: Arnold Nash

“Chip Arnold is one of the better drunks I have seen onstage. He is convincing; he never overplays his role and viewers loved him.”

Sara Morrow
The Nashville Banner
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