Why Is This Touring Musical Stage Play Changing So Many Lives?

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Annoucement of the release of upcoming DVD version of National touring Musical.

It is not that the Writer of this musical stage play intended to give a lesson in life, it just seems to have turned out that way. Audiences across the USA agrees that TELL HELL... I AIN'T COMIN' "The Musical" leaves such an impact that for many it has become a behavioral agent, leading not necessarily to a religious change, but a detour to a changed life.

Months after seeing the play, a man called the producers and left this heartfelt message. “I am a father of five, and my wife is a substance abuse addict. I brought my wife, and our five kids to see the play. All I can say…there is a change in our home. I hope I am not talking too soon, but I believe the last time my wife went to rehab, was really the last time. She has been clean since seeing the play. The longest she has been clean in years.”

A teenager saw the Play in 2001. About six months later, she told her peers, “I don't know what happened,” she said, “but something has changed in my heart, and now I know my life is going to go in a different way. The change started the night I saw the play.

It is similar true accounts like these that have convinced many, that this musical should tour across the world. The Thought-provoking Journey introduces characters that are characterized by everydayness and chronicles the life events that resulted in their assignment to Hell. Possible audiences made such drastic changes in their lives after seeing the play saw themselves through those characters and decided that if making a change guarantees that they will not spend eternity in this place of endless torment, then a changed life is in order.

By popular demand, not only is the play gearing up for another long run national tour, but also it is presently in pre-production for the launching of the DVD version. The DVD will be release February 2005.

The musical will be video taped during four spectacular special engagement performances at James Armstrong Theater, Torrance, California - January 28-30, 2005. Tickets are available at the theater's box office, however, they producers warns, tickets are going fast and an early sold-out is inevitable.

Dontugo.com another driving force behind the success of this musical is the official web site of the musical and has drawn visitors into the hundreds of thousand since its launch in 2000. At Dontugo.com, visitors learn the history of the play; watch video clips from previous performances, meet the cast, read synopsis and much more. Visit dontugo.com

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