*If you think church is just for saints then you need to see “Church Folks … Will Send You To Hell!”
This stage play will make you laugh, it will make you cry and most of all it shows that between the thin line of saint and sinner is a lot of personal growth that impacts your relationship with your family and so-called friends.
Playwright and director Dee Crane has assembled a cast of performers that you’re sure to recognize, including Tony Grant (Tyler Perry’s “Madea Gets a Job”), 2012 Stellar award winning poet Sela and Crystal Aikin, Stellar award winning singer and winner of BET’s Sunday’s Best.
The play debuts Friday, June 15th at The Music Hall in Arlington, Texas, 224 N. Center Street. Tickets are $20 in advance, $30 at the door and $45 for VIP treatment which includes food, drinks, a backstage pass to meet cast members and a limited edition t-shirt.
Call The Music Hall at 817-226-4400 for more information or email ‘Round the Clock’ Entertainment Group at email@example.com for the stage play schedule.
*GMC, the Gospel Music Channel, will present the premiere of its first original gospel play series “She’s Still Not Our Sister.” The four episode series, will make its television debut at 7 and 8 p.m. ET on Saturday, Dec. 10 with the first two episodes. The following weekend episodes three and four will wrap up.
“She’s Still Not Our Sister” features Kellita Smith (“The Bernie Mac Show”), Drew Sidora (“The Game”), Azur De (Somebody Help Me 2), Christian Keyes (Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail and Diary of a Mad Black Woman), Clifton Powell (Ray), Jazsmin Lewis (“Meet the Browns”), Jackee Harry (“Sister, Sister,” “Everybody Hates Chris”), Tony Grant and Trin-i-tee 5:7.
The saga will pick up where the sisters finally realize all the money their deceased father left them is not the key to happiness.
“As our first gospel play series, ‘She’s Still Not Our Sister’ marks an exciting milestone for GMC,” said Leslie Chesloff, executive vice president of programming. “’She’s Not Our Sister,’ which premiered in June, was wildly popular with viewers. We are thrilled to present a four-part series that allows our audience to continue the journey with these compelling characters as they encounter new romances, unexpected challenges and startling revelations.”
And if you are wondering where the title comes in, three sisters reconcile with their long-lost half-sister. That’s when things get even more complicated.