Faith & The Good Thing

Faith & The Good Thing

"Look for Lisa Biggs's seven-cyclone SWAMP WOMAN to take some trophies come awards time" -- The Reader (3/23/1995)

 

Faith Cross's quest for the Good Thing takes her from the swampy backwoods of Georgia to the cold, hard streets of Chicago. Along the way, she encounters Hoodoos, Haints and Headaches in a wild mix of folk magic, social satire and outrageous comedy. Her strength and perseverance in the face of extraordinary trails and tribulations provide a spiritually-grounded message of hope for all who struggle to keep body and soul together.

From the novel by Charles Johnson; Adapted by Kelli Garrett; Directed by Frank Pullen 

Featuring Lisa Biggs as "Swamp Woman" and Lydia Diamond as "Faith"

Photo Credit: Suzanne Plunkett

 "Look for Lisa Biggs's seven-cyclone SWAMP WOMAN to take some trophies come awards time" -- The Reader (3/23/1995)     Faith Cross's quest for the Good Thing takes her from the swampy backwoods of Georgia to the cold, hard streets of Chicago. Along the way, she encounters Hoodoos, Haints and Headaches in a wild mix of folk magic, social satire and outrageous comedy. Her strength and perseverance in the face of extraordinary trails and tribulations provide a spiritually-grounded message of hope for all who struggle to keep body and soul together.  From the novel by Charles Johnson; Adapted by Keli Garrett; Directed by Frank Pullen

"Look for Lisa Biggs's seven-cyclone SWAMP WOMAN to take some trophies come awards time" -- The Reader (3/23/1995)

 

Faith Cross's quest for the Good Thing takes her from the swampy backwoods of Georgia to the cold, hard streets of Chicago. Along the way, she encounters Hoodoos, Haints and Headaches in a wild mix of folk magic, social satire and outrageous comedy. Her strength and perseverance in the face of extraordinary trails and tribulations provide a spiritually-grounded message of hope for all who struggle to keep body and soul together.

From the novel by Charles Johnson; Adapted by Keli Garrett; Directed by Frank Pullen

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