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If Walls Could Talk, They Would Tell Secrets 2

Kleinlife Theater
10100 Jamison Ave, Philadelphia, PA in Philadelphia County

On July 20th, 2019 at 3:00pm

Category: Arts.Theatre Events
The Details:

BP Productions LLC presents part 2 to its latest hit play, If Walls Could Talk, They Would Tell Secrets. This play will have you on the edge of your seat the entire time. It is inspiring, informative, and uplifting. The new music will have you singing, crying, and praising God. Storyline: Lillian Wynnefield lost her husband and was forced to raise her three daughters alone. After meeting a new love, she thought her life would be great again. What she didnt know was the man she brought into her home was going to violate her daughters. Lillian tried to hold on to the motto, What goes on in my house, stays in my house, but when she saw that it was critically affecting everyone in the family, she decided to have an intervention. The intervention saved her family and brought healing to its members. She will soon find out that the enemy comes to steal, kill, and destroy what was given. Can the Wynnefield family maintain their healing, and rise above all of the fiery darts that are thrown at them, or will it be stolen from them? Stay tuned to find out who will win. Get your tickets now to see anointed actors present a play you will never forget.
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