|Don "DC" Curry||Skeeter|
An irreverent look at the lives of faithful churchgoers, You Don't Tell, I Won't Tell finds three colorful characters commenting on the folks who don their Sunday best for services, yet seem far from graceful as the week wears on. On a porch adjacent to the Living Stone Community Church sit William Jones, his wife Sally, and their good friend Skeeter. Every week they watch the same group of people file into the church to praise Jesus, but their perspectives on the private lives on those worshippers couldn't be more different; while Sally prefers to give people the benefit of the doubt, William is keen to revel in their moral hypocrisy. The most illuminating perspective, however, comes from local barber Skeeter, who always listens attentively while wielding his scissors, and never forgets a single word.
|Source:||Peace Arch Trinity|