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The Divine Assignment

From 9 member  reviews
Members say: Entertaining, Clever, Delightful, Ambitious, Confusing

About the show

The Crystal Image Performing Arts Co. presents this multicultural murder mystery set in rural Kansas about a couple who lose their child and go on a search for answers. More…

A few days before Christmas, choir director Bey Allman and her husband, Charles, anxiously await the return of their son from the big city. The smell of chicken and sweet potato pie fills the air. Holiday lights shine all over town. The seasonal joy is broken when they learn their son has been found dead at the door of the church. The Allmans' strength, perseverance, and faith are tested as they begin an arduous journey to discover what happened. Will the truth set them free...or drag them deeper into despair?


Member Reviews (9)

MEMBERS SAY:

Entertaining, Clever, Delightful, Ambitious, Confusing

55
Confusing, Slow, Great acting

See it if you have 2 hours to waste. Some of the actors were good, but the script just did not hold anyone's attention. It was confusing and slow.

Don't see it if you value your time, but the actors do have talent. So always good to show support for the arts. It's the script that was bad.

60
Clever, Confusing, Ambitious

See it if you like live theater whodunits.

Don't see it if you're expecting a polished production and engrossing mystery.

Also I admire the effort here, but I think it needs more work to clarify th... Read more Read less

65
Ambitious, Insipid, Disappointing, Dizzying

See it if If you want to see a raw productions that's safe and predictable

Don't see it if If you want to see a well composed and acted piece.

51
Ambitious, Confusing, Way too long, Needs editing

See it if The cast has great heart and are doing the best with what they've got. The staging is well done too.

Don't see it if The script needs severe editing. Don't know why it's in 3 parts; my 'part' was 2.5 hours LOONNNGGG. Perhaps my inner professor came out.


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