God Doesn't Mean You Get To Live Forever

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God Doesn't Mean You Get To Live Forever is a Gospel Stage Play written by trombonist Gregory Charles Royal . The play features musicians as principal actors.[1][not in citation given] It is currently[when?] running Off Broadway in New York's Broadway Theater District.

During the first mounting of the production, the casting of Kenneth "Skillet" Crutchfield in the role of "Pasa Skillet" (Pastor), and Royal in the role of "Q." That production also features vocalist Robbie Love in the lead role of "Reese"; John B. Ross in the Role of the "Deacon"; and Zarin Veres Royal in the role of "Melanie".[2][not in citation given]

In December 2012, the production was mounted again as a series of performances in New York at the Baruch Performing Arts Center starring Gregory Charles Royal, Frenchie Davis (in the role of "Reese Noel") and The Reverend Dr. James A. Forbes Jr. as himself.

God Doesn't Mean You Get To Live Forever delves into the notion that belief in God may not translate into the eventuality of everlasting life and the conflict such a notion brings upon a gospel musician, "Q."[1]

References

  1. ^ a b American Youth Symphony website http://www.americanyouthsymphony.org Archived October 4, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Harlem One Stop website http://www.harlemonestop.com/event.php?id=13881 Archived July 7, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.
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