"I think there is a "God moment" breaking out in the entertainment culture that's partly driven by a quest for profits in difficult economic times, but also by people's never-ending quest for transcendent meaning," said Tom Allen of Allied Faith and Family, a marketing agency that is trying to promote shows like "Sister Act" to Christians.
The Tony-nominated musical is emblematic of this religious revival: flashy and brash, yet earnestly spiritual.
The same can be said for the recently closed "Leap of Faith," which is contemplating a possible national tour.
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Posted May 16, 2012 at 4:40 am
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