Chonda Pierce and John Schneider’s “The Confession Musical” Is Coming to Theaters For a Limited Engagement

On February 20th,  best-selling author Beverly Lewis’ book series “The Heritage of Lancaster County” comes to life in the form of a a movie titled “The Confession Musical,” according to an official press release from Biscuit Media Group and Fathom Events. (“The Confession Musical” was a successful stage play with hundreds of thousands of tickets sold.) It will run for one-day-only in theaters.

The movie boasts a star-studded cast including: John Schneider, Chonda Pierce, Caroline Clay, Colin Alexander, Kristina Miranda Stone, Geoffrey Davin and Caitlin Borek. Music geniuses Dan Posthuma and Wally Nason were in charge of the film’s soundtrack.

What is this new production about? Biscuit Media Group and Fathom Events :”THE CONFESSION MUSICAL was adapted for the stage by Emmy-Nominated screenwriter Martha Bolton. The musical follows the story of Katie Lapp, a young Amish girl who discovers that her parents have been keeping a deep secret…that she is adopted. Katie decides to find her birth mother, defying the rules of her Amish village and risking a shunning. Meanwhile, Laura Mayfield, her wealthy birth mother who is battling an illness that might take her life, began searching for her long-lost daughter. Secretly plotting against Laura is her gold-digging husband Dylan (John Schneider). Dylan knows that if Katie is found, he will no longer inherit Laura’s fortune. With the help and prayers of her Christian housekeeper (Chonda Pierce), Laura hopes to foil Dylan’s plan and be reunited with her daughter.”

“The Confession Musical” is a creation of Blue Gate Musicals, UpTV Entertainment, and Fathom Events.

A Special Thanks to Biscuit Media Group and Fathom Events for the press release. 

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