Tell Hell... I Ain't Comin' - National Touring Musical Stage Play

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Official Website of the touring Musical Tell Hell... I Ain't Comin'

– The words themselves to this unique Website are most intriguing – Don’t U Go. “Don’t You Go” references a message that is not immediately clear. Don't You Go where? One wonders. Don't You Go why? Others have asked. The simple answer is Don't You Go to any entertainment event or Don’t You Go buy any DVDs without first visiting the website

Once visited, you soon learn that goes far beyond the realm of choosing the right entertainment event. A visit there could make you think about eternity, because is the official website of Tell Hell…I Ain't Comin’, the most thought provoking musical stage play you will ever experience.

Communication researches have already confirmed that exposure to film, television and even video games shape human perception and by doing so influences human behavior. Although entertaining is its content, this website promotes a product that has already lead some individuals to change their destructive lifestyles.

The musical Tell Hell…I Ain't Comin’ resonates the constant struggle of man’s desire to do Good while Evil is ever so present. The Shakespearean flavor and the down to earth approach to this struggle reaches far into the depths of its audience’s inner self and touches that which no one can see or know. The minutes of laughter are strong and hearty. The moments of silence are heartfelt and gripping.

You can learn a lot about Tell Hell…I Ain't Comin’ by listening to music bytes and even watch video clips of past performances. Tour schedule and printable flyers are all a part of this informative website.

Mass Entertainment LLC, a company based in Los Angeles, California and owner of the website says it is working towards making the site more interactive and informative. Not just to market its official product, but link it to other websites that provide guidance or information to its visitors on a variety of subjects.

You can also click directly into Ticketmaster or buy group tickets directly from the site. Merchandise such as tour souvenir program books, T-shirts, hats, original prints, cd soundtrack, and the DVD version of the musical will soon be available for direct purchase from the website.


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