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"Atlanta actor Brad Sherrill first thought about dramatizing the Gospel of John in early 1999 --- about 16 years after he hogged the stage as Bill the Pig in the children's play "The Pig Tale" at the old Academy Theatre. Both roles have a bit of ham in them. In "The Gospel of John," opening Tuesday at Marietta's Theatre in the Square, Sherrill is the entire cast. He commands the stage for almost two hours, using only his voice and body and a few props --- a rustic table, a chair, an oil lamp, a basin of water, a bucket of rocks ("How else do you stone the adulteress?") --- to tell a story that moves him and, he hopes, will touch others."
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