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November 25, 2000 | VIVIAN LETRAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When playwright James Ivory Johnson speaks, a casual conversation inevitably turns into a sermon. "The lesson I've learned in life is that there is a redemption even for those who have fallen," said Johnson, talking about his new gospel musical yet sounding more like the real-life minister he is. "I've seen good leaders and leaders faced with great temptations who don't do so well. Some fall by the wayside." Amen. "We all fall down sometimes, but we get back up again." Hallelujah.
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November 25, 2000 | VIVIAN LETRAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When playwright James Ivory Johnson speaks, a casual conversation inevitably turns into a sermon. "The lesson I've learned in life is that there is a redemption even for those who have fallen," said Johnson, talking about his new gospel musical yet sounding more like the real-life minister he is. "I've seen good leaders and leaders faced with great temptations who don't do so well. Some fall by the wayside." Amen. "We all fall down sometimes, but we get back up again." Hallelujah.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 2000
A gospel musical will encore in Orange County with a new plot twist--a real-life movie deal. Promoters of the new show "Is There a Preacher in the House?" announced Thursday their movie deal with Divine Legacy Ltd. Productions, a Diamond Bar-based independent film company that has produced B movies. The independent group has a production budget of about $3 million, spokeswoman Ruth Oram said.
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