Review: Henley Street's "Faith Healer" 

Henley Street’s “Faith Healer” explores faith in a nuanced way.

Frank Hardy is a faith healer and a bad man. Frank Hardy is a faith healer and a temperamental artist. Frank Hardy is a faith healer and a charismatic performer. All of these, some of these, or none of these statements…

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