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Local Playwright
Presents New Stage Play
"No Condemnation"

The new stage play, "No Condemnation," will be performed at the historic Douglass Theatre on Saturday, January 31, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.  This play is written and produced by local playwright, Evangelist Lillian Taylor.  The play is the story of a young woman (Yota), played by Latoya Barrion, who can't escape the pain of her past.  Her pain is multiplied by her mother (Dee), played by Sue Williams, who constantly condemns Yota of the mistakes she made.  Come witness the struggles and successes of Yota as this touching drama unfolds. 

This is the latest in a string of plays that Lillian Taylor has written and produced over a twenty year period.  Her other productions have taken place at her church, Greater Vineville Baptist Church in Macon, where Pastors Wayne and Sandra Barrion are pastors. Her productions have received rave reviews from those who have witnessed or participated in them.  Miss Taylor says that her passion is prophetic writing.  She has devoted her life to the writing and producing of literary treasures from the heart of God.  Her plays are designed not only for entertainment but for the ministering to those who participate in the plays as well as audience observers. Ms. Taylor is also a 38 year veteran teacher and is presently 8th grade science teacher at Appling Middle School in Macon.

The lead roles of Yota and Dee are performed by two wonderful women.  Latoya Barrion (Yota) is the wife of Rev. Jarvis Barrion and is a Deaconess, Youth Leader, Choir Director at Greater Vineville Baptist Church in Macon.  She and her husband are leaders of their own ministry, B.O.X. ministries.  Sue Williams is the wife of Ron Williams.  She is a member of Greater Bells Chapel Baptist Church in Eatonton, Ga. There she leads in the Senior Choir and Co-chairs the Women's Day program.  She is also the founder and president of the social club, Ladies On The Move, in Eatonton. Sue's daughter, Tamica Andrews, is the assistant director of "No Condemnation." Both women play their roles with sincerity of heart and passion.  Supporting actors and actresses make this a complete and fantastic production that will be an enjoyable experience for all.


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