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REVIEW: ‘Christians’ examines all sides of spirituality The play is a single 90-minute act, but loads an incredible amount of food for thought in that time. Every character throws out a balance of flaws and greatness and every one asks questions that guarantee you’ll go home talking about them.

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Spiritually cerebral ‘The Christians’ opens at Gulfshore Playhouse Gulfshore Playhouse’s 2016-17 season comes to a close on a thought-provoking note with “The Christians,” in which playwright Lucas Hnath addresses forged relationships and the splits that divide them.

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Hell, no! Gulfshore Playhouse packs a wallop with ‘The Christians’ This little 90-minute play packs a wallop. The ending, which I will not reveal, is incredibly powerful, though also open to interpretation. It’s unlike anything else I can recall seeing, and my feelings and thoughts about it changed repeatedly within 24 hours after seeing it;...

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Minister’s dilemma a drama with questions for all Church fissures over dogmatic beliefs take on nuances far beyond whether you like the new hymns or not. “The Christians” isn’t out to skewer spirituality, as much as it is to pin down the foundations of faith. As a character in the upcoming Gulfshore Playhouse drama is...