Atlanta, GA, March 18, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The duo debuted their partnership with the release of their first stage play “Torn” which opened to rave reviews at Atlanta’s 14th Street Playhouse in 2010.
“Stripped” will begin its highly anticipated run on July 27, 2011 and will be showing through July 31st at Georgia Tech’s Ferst Center for the Arts. A staged reading will be held on Thursday, March 17th at Studio Clout to give special guests and sponsors insight into the “Stripped” project, as well as an up close and personal introduction to the cast.
Similar to “Torn”, the cast of “Stripped” features many former athletes including Dorsey Levens, Ryan Stewart, Ed Hartwell, and Karon Joseph Riley. Art imitates life and vice versa as “Stripped”s storyline reflects on the life of professional football player Jayden Dorsey, played by Dorsey Levens. Atlanta Housewives’ Lisa Wu Hartwell will offer a compelling performance as Brooklyn Dorsey, Jayden’s wife.
Since the inception of Levens Communications, the Atlanta community has offered overwhelming support to this non-profits mission to provide quality entertainment to the public. Destiny Metropolitan Church, Mr. Levens’ church home was the host of his first production and the response exceeded the cast and crews expectations having sold out crowds for several shows before moving the production to the 14th Street Playhouse.
As an esteemed alumnus and record holder for the Yellow Jackets football team, Dorsey Levens brings his production back home to The Georgia Tech Ferst Center with great pride and the hope that the showcase of the creative talent involved will provide an enriching experience for audiences this July.
The “Stripped” staged reading will be held at Studio Clout, 144 Walker Street on March 17, 2011 at 6:30PM. For more information or to RSVP, please contact Tiffany Brown at Tiffanyb.email@example.com.
About Leven Communications: After a remarkable 11 year tenure in the NFL, Dorsey began a successful stint in broadcasting. He later developed Levens Communications to bring his vision of entertainment to audiences. Levens Communication is a full fledged entertainment company that presents quality material from the theatre to the television.
About A Higher Calling Theater Company: The vision for A Higher Calling Theatre Company was birthed seven years ago, but came into fruition in 2010. The goal of AHC is to present Christian comedy and drama to a wide range of audiences. A Higher Calling Theatre Company works to reach the hearts and souls of audience members while subtly presenting valuable messages.