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Published on Oct 26, 2009
After rehearsal...Jamil and Lenore on the train.
What Would Jesus Do? is an interfaith, intergenerational play about a God-fearing wife and mother whose exposure to HIV by her "down low" husband inspires her to take action when she asks what would Jesus do? The surprising answer may just bring their Biblically-correct church to its knees! Live music infuses this timely and (unfortunately) still relevant story of HIV in America which challenges the faith and secular communities to do more to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic, starting with our houses of worship and our black theatres. Excerpts (monologues and/or scenes) of What Would Jesus Do? have been presented for HIV/AIDS prevention programs at colleges, churches, prisons, local health fairs, conferences, workshops, youth and senior centers.
The Billie Holiday Theater 1368 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY
October 23 to December 20, 2009
Written and Directed by Yvette Heyliger
Original Music Composed and Arranged by Larry Farrow
Nominated for the 2008 NAACP Theatre Award
Yvonne Farrow | Jerome Preston Bates Jamil A. C. Mangan | Scott Adams Jarret Janako Barnett | Lenoré Coer Brandii Edwards | Zeretha Jenkins Johnnie Mae | Alvin McLaughlin Helen Sanders | Toni Deniece Seawright and Darryl Jovan as Minister of Music