The show ends on a genuinely moving note, as the pair discover that, through their work on The Last Session, they've given new hope to many in their audiences. It's a surprise ending that reveals that the question in the title may be nothing more than a false distinction. It's a particularly timely point at this moment in our culture-one that a number of recently outed pastors might wish to ponder. --David Barbour
Friday, December 22, 2006
Lighting & Sound Post A Thoughtful Rave For Us
We got another terrific rave review today from an online magazine called "Lighting and Sound." The writer does a very nice job of summing up The Big Voice and discussing it in much greater detail than most of the other reviews (without giving too much away). Very thoughtful.
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