"But concerning that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven," according to Matthew 24:36. For the faithful Alger, who believes he knows when the world will end, the real apocalypse may be that he is wrong. When you tell your family and community to trust in your claims and are proven incorrect, can you ever rebuild that relationship of trust and faith? Find out how deep the bonds of family and community run in Never the Milk & Honey at Chicago's Greenhouse Theater Center.
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Chicago Reader - Highly Recommended
"...Carla Stillwell's MPAACT production makes the gravity of that situation feel true in an isolated, claustrophobic Mississippi home. Unable to face his congregation or provide comfort to an ailing parishioner, a deeply shamed pastor (Darren Jones) cedes responsibilities to his wife (Renee Lockett). Lockett's performance resonates with pain and pity, then explodes with the sort of grief known only to those hurt by the ones they love the most."
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