By Matthew Hurt
THE guy JESUS – This amazing play seems at key moments within the lifetime of Jesus throughout the eyes of the lads and girls round him. A startling and relocating account of latest testomony tales together with the beheading of John the Baptist, the Sermon at the Mount and his ultimate trip to Jerusalem. Hurt’s strong portrayal of the tyrants, traitors and madmen in Jesus’ existence asks humans of all faiths and none: what kind of guy used to be in a position to encourage the heritage of the area? A play for one actor.
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