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Crimson Stain, by Jai Anthony-Lewis Husband

Sunday, March 20, 2005
5.0
The only regret I have about seeing this show is that I could not get to it before last night and it closes today. "Crimson Stain" is the best show I have seen in a long time. I happily stood to applaud the fantastic company! I hope that Class Act and/or Jai Anthony-Lewis Husband find a way to continue to perform this show in metro-Atlanta. I am not going to write a long review as the previous reviewer pretty much covered everything. The only thing I want to add is that although the content involves the personal search for a relationship with God, this show is not preachy and you will not feel as if religion is being pushed on you, or the opposite that religious beliefs are being belittled. If the opportunity to see this show comes up in the future, get yourself there, you will be glad you did. This show is phenomenal. Kudos to all involved.

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