Deep Enough To Swallow Me Whole is a community performance play based on the stories of the people from the West Side of Chicago and Residents and workers at Bethel New Life CDC. It was directed by Richard Owen Geer with choreography by Kevin Iega Jeff. Joseph Varga served as scenic designer and Brackley Frayer designed lighting. The play itself was staged in a de-sanctified church that has neighborhood significance to the community. The play was intended to bring new use to the old building, and to animate the residents of the area into civic action and engagement, as their predecessors, and used the motif of walking in other's shoes.