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The Asher Theatre is Myrtle Beach's newest venue to the entertainment scene, The Man of A Thousand Voices featuring master impressionist and entertainer James Stephens III. You may have seen him on HBO, Showtime, The Tonight Show or many of his national TV appearances. Stephens has a wide range of voices. One minute he's Chris Rock and Lil Wayne, and the next moment he's Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan. This triple-threat also plays piano like Duke Ellington, trumpet like Louis Armstrong, dances like Sammy Davis Jr. and sings like everybody! A MUST SEE!
To view all 2019 dates for The Man of a Thousand Voices show, please click on the monthly CALENDAR button to your right or click on Find an Event.
If you missed church on Sunday, you can't miss Church the Musical. It’s a Christ-centered, fast-paced, theatrical performance that brings us closer to God through music, improvisation, and drama. The hilarious ensemble of actors keeps the audience engaged in this family-friendly church musical.
To view all 2019 dates for Church the Musical show, please click on the monthly CALENDAR button to your right or click on Find an Event.
Critics are calling it eye-opening, relatable and life-changing. Mirror Mirror is a tale of a pastor who sees a real portrait of himself and his life turns completely upside down. The twists and turns in this movie will have you wanting more, and you will never look at a mirror the same way again.
This psychological thriller is about a pastor who spends himself recklessly and is driven away by his own lust. His marriage is rocky but his ministry is great and he finds himself at a crossroads when he has a chance to walk away from it all. In an interesting contrast, there is a millionaire businessman consumed by his love for money, power, and respect. In a story of triumph and defeat, no one can unsee themselves in the mirror of truth.
The film stars actors such as Vincent M. Ward, Chanté Bowser, Tom Sizemore, Noel Gugliemi, Judi Evans and Sarodj Bertin.
The film was written and produced by Bishop John Wynn, the owner of The Wynn Network, a digital distribution company and filmed by his studio Wynn Film Productions.
Tickets are $10.00. Space is Limited.
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