|Stephanie Lynn Wilson|
AFTER A SUCCESSFUL SOLD OUT PERFORMANCE OF PLAY #1 TITLED "THE GRINDER" WE'RE BACK WITH PLAY #2!
SILK STOCKINGS AND A BIBLE, THE SECOND PLAY IN THE TRILOGY "WOMEN YOU THOUGHT YOU KNEW," ABOUT WOMEN PERCEIVED AS SOCIETY'S "BAD GIRLS", IS SET IN HARLEM AND ATLANTIC CITY DURING THE SWING ERA. IT TELLS THE TALE OF FANNIE MAE BROWN, A CHORUS GIRL WHO BECOMES A CHURCH LADY WITH A PAST...
ARE HER REGRETS OF HER SPICY PAST OR OF HER AUSTERE PRESENT?
WRITTEN, DIRECTED, PRODUCED BY STEPHANIE LYNN WILSON
STARRING KRYSTAL HILL AS GIRL FANNIE MAE BROWN
STACEY GRIFFIN AS THE SAILOR JOSEPH CHARLES
MICHELLE ROBINSON AS DORIS
LASALLE CHUK OBASI AS BUDDY
EREN T. GIBSON AS SASSY AND
SANTI RODRIGUEZ AS SAMMY G.
$25 in advance/$30 at door
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A scene from this play was chosen to be performed at the 2014 Harlem Arts Festival
Look for the full production of all three plays
in the same run of the entire trilogy in early 2015!
The staged reading of the third play in the trilogy "Wild Child" TBA
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WILSON EXCLUSIVE TALENT PRODUCTIONS IS FISCALLY SPONSORED BY MEGA NATIONAL ARTS ORGANIZATION FRACTURED ATLAS