For those of you in Knoxville, I’m in a staged reading of a play called I am the Way at 2 pm at the Black Box Theatre in the Emporium tomorrow. We’re reading from script and have only rehearsed this puppy a handful of times and it’s a new play that still needs to be trimmed down a bit, BUT it still may be worth your time.
Here’s a description: I am the Way incorporates crisp dialogue and strong comic elements to tell a story that is, essentially, a dramatic look at issues of faith and family: how they intertwine to bring people together or to tear them apart. Two sets of characters, each a family in their own way, each with conflicts both internal and external that are testing the strengths of their bonds, are on a collision course that will blur the lines of what is right and what is wrong.
And, for your viewing pleasure, the first image that pops up on a Google search of “I am the Way”: