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The Coexist Comedy Tour (2012)

A comedy concert film designed to demonstrate religious coexistence goes awry when the Christian comic leaves the show and the producers must go in search of a replacement. The Coexist ... See full summary »

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A comedy concert film designed to demonstrate religious coexistence goes awry when the Christian comic leaves the show and the producers must go in search of a replacement. The Coexist Comedy Tour - What in God's name could possibly go wrong? Written by Anonymous

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A Jew, a Christian, a Muslim, a Hindu, a Buddhist, and an atheist walk onto a stage... What in God's name could possibly go wrong?


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Have seen this movie three times and still can see it again!! Well worth watching!!
12 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My husband and I with our two college age children watched this movie, not just once but twice. The kids loved it, we all did!! Ranks up there will all the well-known comedy tours in the past but with a different comedic twist!! We Love Love this movie! I was very happy to see this movie at the Traverse City Winter Comedy Arts Festival in February!! John Fugelsang, the Christian comic was at the Comedy Festival and did a Q & A after the movie along with the Director, Producers and the Writer!

It was even better the third time I saw it!!

The first line of the movie: A Muslim, a Christian, a Hindu, a Buddhist a Jew, an Atheist, (and I'm sure I left one out!)walk in a bar!


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