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Coronavirus Update

Unfortunately, due to the spread of Covid-19, we have to change our date for the release of HOSTAGE, 

which was scheduled for Halloween Weekend, 2020. 

We were so excited because as you all know, it has been a VERY long time coming! 

But, the play IS finished and once we know more about this horrible pandemic, 

we can set a date for pre-production and eventually let you know when the actual release date will be.

We are definitely praying, daily, for all of those affected by this terrible situation. 

Those who have contracted the disease, those who have lost loved ones because of it, 

those who are in the trenches working and helping people who are dealing with it, 

and all of us who will be financially affected now, and in the long run, by the fallout caused by it.

We are encouraged though. Because God is yet in control. We are not living in fear or panic. 

We are trusting God! Also, we have an awesome testimony that we will be sharing once all of this is over! 

So, stay tuned!

Postponed due to Covid-19

A man wakes up in a basement, tied to a chair, with a blindfold over his head. He quickly realizes that he has been kidnapped. Struggling to get free and find a way to pay the ransom to his captors, he begins to realize that just because you repent, it doesn't always mean you won't have to pay the consequences for the evil deeds you've done. "Be sure your sin will find you out" - Numbers 32:23

"This productions deals with one of the situations that was brought up in Lavell Neal's Issues of Blood. Pastor Tony Cartwright has a discussion with Uncle Rufus about his Brother, Pastor John Cartwright, being "kidnapped". This play (a prequel to Issues of Blood) goes back and focuses on that particular incident. What happened to Pastor John? Why was he kidnapped? How did he get away? All of these questions (and more) will be answered in Lavell Neal's Hostage. You DO NOT want to miss the first 15 minutes of this play!!! Secure your seats early, because it's going to be a crazy ride!!!" - Writer/Director Lavell Neal

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