Let's Talk Church, a Gospel Comedy Play at The Grove Theatre
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The last date listed for Let's Talk Church was Saturday September 25, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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What happens when your oldest daughter announces she's engaged and wants a small family wedding -- only to have the costs spiral out of control and her call off the wedding? When you're the father of the bride, you've got to set out to right all the wrongs and make sure the wedding goes off without a hitch. Edward Streeter's novel Father of the Bride has been adapted for two films (starring Spencer Tracy and Steve Martin), a TV series and the stage. Learn More
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Featured review from Polly Hoskins
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It did start late. I found many of the characters very funny. Loved the choir singing. I've never been to a play where the crowd interacted. I found it very refreshing and fun. The Grove Theatre is a very well maintained older theatre. The staff treated you like you were being invited into their living room. I look forward to attending another play at The GroveTheatre.
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My husband and I walked out after about 40 minutes. First, it started 20 minutes late. I couldn't hear too much of what was being said and what I did hear didn't make me laugh. Maybe I expected something much different and maybe it was a cultural...continued
Previously featured at the West Angeles Performing Arts Theatre, in Los Angeles, CA, Let’s Talk Church is centered on problems and issues that take place in the church. The setting takes place in Hollywood as a “Live” taping. Yes, Oprah has gone off the air, and Mary “Liz” Paige is the new DIVA of Talk Shows. She cleans, sings, directs, and acts. After the opening monologue, various guests are interviewed. Some of the guests include Dr. O. Phila (Physiologist), Deacon Delicious, Ms. Schizo, Rejocekia (played by 1st Lady Elizabeth Rhone), The Lark Sisters (they think they can sing, but can’t sing a lick), and the CEO of The New Church Channels (who has spiritual turret syndrome). In the final scene the Mt. Sinai Church Choir __(Pastored by Elder Terence Rhone) __sings and Liz Paige shares her personal testimony.