Chris Scott and Tina Wright bring this riveting story to life to address the shocking reality of AIDS/HIV in a family. While a serious subject is address, the music and comedic timing will stir your emotions.
“Deception” is a need to see for the entire family. “Deception” tells the story of a middle class Christian family who is forced to deal with the shocking reality of coming face to face with the deadly disease. Each audience member can identify with one or more of the characters. It’s a reminder that even those serving God can be vulnerable enough to be disturbed and changed forever by HIV/AIDS.
“Deception” takes the audience on an emotional rollercoaster. It will make you laugh, cry, scream and peek your curiosity. It will have you sitting at the edge of your seat wanting more and more. Although the play addresses how “lies”, “promiscuous behavior” and “deception” can be deadly, it gives the audience a sense of hope and restores faithfulness. It encourages the audience to talk more openly about issues surrounding HIV/AIDS and to think before making decisions that could cause the same outcome as that of the Jones family.
Everyday is World AIDS day, until no one else can die as a result of AIDS/HIV. For further information contact SoReal Procutions at www.sorealproductions.org or call (678) 262-9949.