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Perilous Times

If the premise seems a little cooky, consider that the most extraordinary Bible stories include talking bushes, the parting of seas, and angelic messages. Perilous Times, a stage productions by T. J. Hemphill, follows a troubled young man who finds himself owing money to a drug dealer. He’s knocked unconscious and finds himself transported back to Biblical days. Talk about culture shock. An angel appears to him and the pair take a journey that will change his life forever. The gospel play is celebrating nearly three decades in production and has experienced success in Chicago, Jacksonville, and New Orleans.

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  • Fisher Theatre

    3011 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit New Center

    313-872-1000

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