(WJBK) - "Perilous Times" is coming back to Detroit for one weekend only. It will be at the Detroit Opera House March 24-26, and will then hold the title of the longest-running gospel play in Detroit history.
The story unravels the life of a young man from a dysfunctional family. When he finds himself in trouble, owing money to a local drug dealer, he's knocked unconscious and awakens to find himself in Biblical times; he can see the people but they can't see him. He's soon paired up with a slick-looking angel who takes him on a journey through time that will change his life forever.
Director T.J. Hemphill & actor Clifton Powell join us on The Nine to tell us more about the play. You can watch their interview in the video player above.
Tickets for "Perilous Times" are on sale now at the Detroit Opera House Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations. For group sales and information, please call 313-590-2936.
Thursday, March 24, 8pm $35.50
Friday, March 25, 8pm $42.50
Saturday, March 26 3pm $37.50