The Review – Torn Between Two Masters

The Review – Torn Between Two Masters

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John (husband) Alvin Cummings and Cathy( wife) Sherille Cummings

Many were sitting on the edge of their seat filled with mixed emotions as they watched the new contemporary stage play “Torn Between Two Masters”. This awe-inspiring play was written, produced and directed by Sherille Cunningham of Atlanta, Georgia. Torn Between Two Masters premiered Saturday evening August 29, 2015 at the Coweta Fairground in Newnan, Georgia.

All of us have struggled in our demise of serving two masters only to discover you must make a choice. The stage play was about the struggles of a father caught in the grips of drug addiction and the whole family is torn apart by the mental, emotional and physical abuse that goes along with it. The father was visited by his pastor who came to share the love of God, it was then after many attempts that the father surrendered his eccentric behavior only to give his heart to Christ. His wife shouted for joy while the pastor continued to rejoice with them. This stage play chronicles the travesty of families everywhere and encourages victims from near and far that you can have joy, peace, and hope in Christ Jesus for with God all things are possible.

The characters were comprised of: Alvin Cummings (father) Sherille Cummings (mother) Melanie Price (Sherrille’s mother) Joy Cummings (daughter) Joseph Cummings (friend of daughter Joy) DeWayne Coffman (pastor) Gail Coffman (friend of Sherille) Chelsea Hall (dancer) Janeicea Tucker (dancer) Tolden Troop (rapper).

Cummings did not close her play without extending an invitation to those who struggled with addiction and wanted to be connected to the one who eradicates the compulsion, three souls where set free in Jesus name. At the end of the day God was glorified!

If you would like more information on this stage play you can contact: shirillecummings@yahoo.com 678-763-3512 website: www.tornthestageplay.com

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