ARTS Pick: Man at a Crossroad

Volunteer actors explore Christian life within a secular society at the Haven. Volunteer actors explore Christian life within a secular society at the Haven.

Lyndia Porter had no idea that she was creating a new form of ministry when she sat down to write her stage play Man at a Crossroad. Performed by volunteers from across Virginia, the play explores the struggles of living a Christian life within a secular society. But unlike some stage performances, nothing here is a fiction. Every scenario is one that has been lived by the actors. Their personal battles are the heart of the action, lending a sincerity to the play that is agumented by a beautifully arranged musical score.

Saturday 3/22. $12, 5pm. The Haven, 112 W. Market St. 973-1234.

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