The program consists of the performance, which runs about an hour, followed by a short testimonial by Firestone of her journey from childhood abuse and alcoholism, to meeting Jesus in her struggle and using her art and history to help others.
"I was always doing everyone’s shows for years," Firestone told Patch. "I worked in New York City. I would get to a certain level and have some success. It was never the success I wanted, and it never felt like it was mine."
Firestone was raised with the Jewish faith, but after nearly losing her life, she got sober and turned to Catholicism.
"I quickly realized that it wasn’t me that got me sober, because everything I was doing was to die," Firestone said. "All of a sudden, I was trying to live to do the right thing."
At age 32, she went through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) program and became a catholic in March of 1997.
She said this production has had an impact on people that even she was surprised by.
"It touches people in a way that’s hard to describe," she said. "People are really excited about it."
Showtimes will be at 9 p.m. on Aug. 28-30, and there will be other performances on Sept. 6-7. For more information, visit the show's website by clicking here.