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CAPERNAUM P.D.
A dinner theatre spoof of "Dragnet"
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Type: Dinner Theatre
Running Time: 40 minutes
Speaking Cast: 5 females, 4 males, 9 total cast
Bible verses: John 2:1-11, Luke 5:12-16, Mark 4:35-41, Matthew 14:13-21
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Synopsis
There are a million stories in the naked city, and Capernaum is no exception. This prequel to "Jerusalem P.D." focuses on Jesus' ministry years and the "series of fortunate events" that he brought about. Detectives extraordinaire Frank Cannon and Joe Thursday try to substantiate the reports of miracles throughout Galilee. Are they real or faked? True miracles or blasphemy? First up is a 44-82, "making wine without a license" at a wedding in Cana (assuring a competitive wine vendor that he still has his "whine"), then healing the leper (who's now contemplating doing skin-care ads), calming the storm (confounding "Stormie," the meteorologist) and feeding the 5,000 (to the chagrin of hot dog vendors Benjamin and Jeremiah). The dynamic duo tries to determine what the truth is through unforgettable interviews and zany experiences. The conclusion, featuring an unexpected witness, is both bitter as bad coffee and sweet as homemade dessert - definitely thought provoking. Great for youth group.
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