Unveiling Secrets and Discovering Faith: WOW Productions Presents “If You Only Knew”

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(Columbia, SC) — Are you ready to embark on a journey of laughter, tears, and self-discovery? Join us at the exquisite Harbison Theatre from March 15th-17th, as WOW Productions proudly presents “If You Only Knew…Why I Struggle to Trust God,” a powerful gospel play that promises to captivate hearts and provoke thought.

In “If You Only Knew,” we delve into the lives of Nikki, Wendy, and Taylor, three individuals grappling with the complexities of faith, trust, and personal struggles. Behind their smiles lie hidden pains, burdens, and secrets, as they navigate the thin line between public piety and private turmoil. As they each pursue the facade of normalcy, they’re forced to confront a daunting question: Do they truly trust God with everything?

Prepare to be moved as these compelling characters unravel their stories, shedding light on the masks they wear and the truths they conceal. Through laughter, tears, and heartfelt moments, “If You Only Knew” invites audiences to reflect on their own journeys of faith and authenticity.

Featuring an ensemble of talented local artists, this production promises unforgettable performances and soul-stirring music that will resonate long after the curtains fall. From soaring vocals to poignant dialogue, every moment on stage is crafted to leave a lasting impression.

“We’re thrilled to bring ‘If You Only Knew’ to the stage,” says Tangie Beaty, Owner of WOW Productions. “This play is a celebration of vulnerability, resilience, and the transformative power of faith. It’s a story that will touch hearts and inspire audiences to embrace their truths.”

Don’t miss your chance to experience this extraordinary theatrical event. Mark your calendars for Friday, March 15th through Sunday, March 17th and secure your tickets today. Join us as we lift the veil on the human experience and embark on a journey of revelation and redemption.

For ticket information and showtimes, visit www.wowproduction.org or contact Harbison Theatre at 803-407-5011.

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