A lapsed Catholic and a priest clash in 'The Calling': review

At the opening of “The Calling,” a world-premiere play by Joel Stone now running at the New Jersey Rep, conditions seem pleasant enough: While tidying up after a funeral service, a modest priest has stumbled upon a man asleep in a pew, and after some initial awkwardness the two laugh off the incident while the man helps the priest with his chores.

It is not long before the proceedings turn dark. Carl (Jared Michael Delaney) confesses plans to kill himself this night in this church, and Father Dan (Ames Adamson), caught unawares, must spring into action.

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Source: NJ.com Monmouth

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