The long awaited sequel to “The Eleventh Hour” is finally here. Vain Colby’s “A House Divided” is coming to the Bluefield Arts Center in March. When the mother of the church dies, four “sisters” will step all over each other to fill her shoes. And two moonshine slinging singers will do whatever it takes to make sure their choir makes it to The Gospel Roundup. Far too often it’s the smallest if things that divide us, even in church. Come witness the magic as director Thomas Lester and the 4-Pals team brings this hilarious story of faith, fun and frenemies to life. Dinner is catered by Davids’s Downtown and starts at 6:15 p.m. and costs $35 (includes show ticket). The show only, starts at 7:30 p.m. and is $20.00. For tickets, call 304-589-0339.
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