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Running Through The Fire is based on the true story of The Hallmarks a band from the Jersey shore.
Dave the Rave, is the host of the Relics and Rarities radio show. He talks about Springsteen, Bon Jovi and The Hallmarks.
Christian Potterton talks about getting ready for his lead role in "Running Through The Fire"
Director Rachel Ryan talks about Lighthouse Productions and the up coming musical "Running Through The Fire"
In this scene Rich the main character played by Christian Potterton grapples with himself and God as he contemplates suicide.
Music Director Russ Scalzo discusses the musical Running Through the Fire, the songs and the story behind them.

STORY OF THE PLAY

From the 1960s to the 1970s a young band made up of a group of friends trying to make it big audition for a record producer and cut a deal. The band, made up of Mark, the lead singer, Rich, the bass player, Charlie, the drummer and Mike, the guitar player are flying high with the prospect of fame and fortune. However, Rich is high on more than just success. His demise is on the horizon as he sinks further and further into drug abuse and depression; a high that was once fun turns evil, leading him to a very dark place. At the same time a preacher, named Gordon and his wife Karen, look to make some changes in their church after Gordon encounters a young girl living on the street and in need of some serious help. Gordon delivers God's message to the people and Linda, Rich's sister, hears it one night. When she comes home and tells her brother the news, he freaks out. However, one dark night, Rich, in need of hope and sensing something more out there discovers that he, just like Linda, must make a decision to change his life. Once he does, everything changes and he eventually teams up with Gordon to do the work of the Lord. Rich learns that the important thing about running through the fire is to not be consumed, but transformed.