The Glory Man: Gospel Musical Drama Based on a True Story
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The last date listed for The Glory Man was Saturday January 22, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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You can expect a lot of laughs this year's Lamb's Players' Festival of Christmas show, when a woman's plan to film a musical Christmas card goes hilariously awry. In Catch a Falling Star, Ella Eden has located the remote miner's cabin where her father spent one magical Christmas, and now she's bringing in a band to put together the ultimate Christmas card on location. With the special setting, under a gorgeous canopy of stars, it's going to be the perfect gift. Too bad her kids are running wild, neither the nanny nor the lead singer have shown up and cell phone reception is nonexistent. As things get more chaotic, they also become ever more comical, but the magic and music of Christmas will triumph in the end. Learn More
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Another Goldstar bargain and another bona fide hit for LAMB'S! We thoroughly enjoyed the performance and learning about the beginnings of Habitat for Humanity. Well-acted and entertaining. Definitely recommend to other Goldstar members.
Quotes & Highlights
- "Critic's Choice: Lamb's Players Theatre and director Robert Smyth roll out a production that feels rooted in the soil and soul of the civil-rights-era South. A mix of homespun humor and spiritual heft goes to the heart of Dennis Hassell's gospel-laced drama." --San Diego Union-Tribune
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The Glory Man
Written by Dennis Hassell
Directed by Robert Smyth
Music compiled, arranged and directed by Deborah Gilmour Smyth
This sweeping American story features a multi-talented cast of 17, bringing to life more than 40 characters in a charged Southern landscape. Clarence Jordan, author of The Cotton Patch Gospel, started Koinonia Farm, an unconventional racially-integrated community in the 1940s whose legacy includes the start of Habitat for Humanity. Associate Artist Dennis Hassell (A Divine Comedy) gives us an epic new play filled with passion, humor, and stirring music.