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Joe hires a prostitute. They engage in a tawdry encounter, after which we listen to her dream, which reveals her spiritual longing. Joe attends the funeral of his Uncle Murray. Murray receives a grandiose eulogy, while Joe remembers the real, flawed man. Joe considers the whereabouts and nature of God and questions His compassion and care. A self-proclaimed minister offers to bring back the dead to a frightened woman on the phone. Later, he prays with another man before requiring him to repeat absurd declarations of love. We hear Dial-a-Prayers from pastors around the country. A woman describes her rare, moving experience of bliss.

  • Series: Somewhere Out There
  • Show Type: Monologue
  • Cast: Grace Zabriskie, Ryan Cutrona, Harvey Perr, Phil Proctor, Douglas Johnson, Davis Black, Joe Frank
  • Air Date: 1995
  • Digital Audio Bit Rate: 128kbps

 

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    Provocative, absurd, moving, wrenching, brilliant – as only Joe Frank can master

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Joe hires a prostitute. They engage in a tawdry encounter, after which we listen to her dream, which reveals her spiritual longing. Joe attends the funeral of his Uncle Murray. Murray receives a grandiose eulogy, while Joe remembers the real, flawed man. Joe considers the whereabouts and nature of God and questions His compassion and care. A self-proclaimed minister offers to bring back the dead to a frightened woman on the phone. Later, he prays with another man before requiring him to repeat absurd declarations of love. We hear Dial-a-Prayers from pastors around the country. A woman describes her rare, moving experience of bliss.

  • Series: Somewhere Out There
  • Show Type: Monologue
  • Cast: Grace Zabriskie, Ryan Cutrona, Harvey Perr, Phil Proctor, Douglas Johnson, Davis Black, Joe Frank
  • Air Date: 1995
  • Digital Audio Bit Rate: 128kbps

 

5.00 out of 5

1 review for Prayer (60 min)

  1. 5 out of 5

    :

    Provocative, absurd, moving, wrenching, brilliant – as only Joe Frank can master

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