Tree: A Forbidden Affair in the South. A Sibling You Never Knew.
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The last date listed for Tree was Friday October 14, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Stirring gospel music and life's hilarious yet sometimes wrenching foibles come together in the life-affirming play You're Never Alone. This magnificent stage production mixes stories of miscommunication, family issues, domestic violence, economic struggle and other all-too-common issues with soaring musical numbers by the likes of former The X Factor winner Melanie Amaro and Grammy-nominated gospel recording artist James Fortune. The result is a poignant, uplifting theatrical experience with the powerful message that God is always with you and you truly are never alone. Learn More
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I thought the play was very good. The writer could have been a bit more economical with some of the script, but overall the writing was very good and very funny while dealing with a difficult subject. I especially liked the way the situation was portrayed on several social levels. Ms. Donna Biscoe was outstanding as Mrs. Price and Joy Brunson has the voice of an angel. A great way to spend a Saturday evening.
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I enjoyed the performance of the play and found the craft of the actors to be A+. The experience was a bit eye opening regarding the state of mind, and abrupt mood swings of a person suffering from memory loss. I found each character to be...continued
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“Moving, sophisticated, authentic…” —Chicago Tribune
“Riveting family drama … Hébert is a lovely writer.” —LA Weekly, Go!
About the Ticket Supplier: Horizon Theatre
A professional theatre with a reputation for excellent ensemble acting, Horizon produces outstanding new plays by today’s playwrights that reflect and challenge the lives of the diverse people living in the urban Southeast. In addition to producing its five-play mainstage season, Horizon also develops new plays through workshops, readings, and through their annual New South Play Festival, dedicated to plays from, for, and/or about the South.