If you haven’t seen The Crossroad, musical drama at Chandler’s Ford Methodist Church, I would suggest you grasp the chance to see it.
There are two more shows: Friday and Saturday (11th and 12th of April) at 7.30pm.
I watched The Crossroad with my son this evening. The story was thought-provoking.
We left the show feeling stimulated.
The show cleverly runs two parallel stories. One is Jesus, with his disciples Andrew and Peter (the fishermen brothers) and Judas. One is the 18-year-old Joe, who battles with his inner voices (“Good” and “Bad”). Both stories were intertwined.
My teenage son thinks the scene where the Last Supper echoing Joe’s decadence was absolutely powerful.
50 singers and musicians from 9 churches around the Chandler’s Ford area took part in this beautiful performance.
Mike Standing’s adaptation is brilliant. There are humorous scenes with the fishermen brothers at the Sea of Galilee. The immoral character Frank Ross, played by Lester Parry, is a huge success. Dan Cornick, who plays Joe, is a young man with great talent. I’m sure his passionate performance tonight has moved many people.