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Say No to Violence; Felicia Nicole Productions & Mount St. Mary's College Presents Their Fall Theatrical Production "Street Love Monologues" Living 4 Lust & Dying 2 Love

“Street Love Monologues” will help raise awareness to intimate partner violence, mental disorders, and understanding that No Type of Violence is Okay. SLM acknowledges the fact that no relationship is perfect and it explores the gritty, unfortunate truth behind the closed doors of many women in our society/community. The main objective of SLM is for women to know that there is always help, and to never keep quiet about any type of abuse or a shift in personality that they may be experiencing.

Los Angeles, CA, July 26, 2011 --( Felicia Nicole Productions & Mount Saint Mary's College presents "Street Love Monologues," the theatrical production to help raise awareness to intimate partner violence and mental illness; starring Chase Spencer ("Mr. Fix It"& "Fat Albert") as Chucky "Infamous NBA Baller" RED, & Jamila Majesty as Nikki "Simple Minded Gold-Digger" Patterson. "Street Love Monologues” is a play that explores the reality of emotions of 2 best friends who grew up in the streets of South Central LA (Nikki Patterson & Paris Smith) whom secretly battles with abuse and depression. Nikki is in an abusive relationship with her boyfriend of 4 years, Chucky Red; Chucky is an “All-Star” NBA athlete with a super huge ego & he is consistently blasted in the tabloids for his infidelities. When Nikki confronts Chucky on his infidelities, he allows his temper to get the best of him, which normally results in a physical altercation. Nikki battles with the love she has for Chucky and she accepts gifts as a form of an apology to cover up her bruises. Paris Smith was raised in a foster home since she was 2 years old. Paris became pregnant during her junior year of college, which she decided to drop out to marry her boyfriend of 3 years (Jordan Smith) to start a family. Unfortunately for Paris, her baby died at birth, and she has been battling with depression ever since. No one knows how she really feels inside because she doesn’t talk about her depression; instead, she struggles through her nightmares of the evening she gave birth to her still born. Paris’ emotions get the best of her when she overdoses on aspirin in a suicide attempt. The thought of losing Paris makes Nikki take a good look at her relationship and she questions herself, “Will I ever get to the point where I feel like life isn’t worth living anymore?”

Opening Night: Mount Saint Mary's College - Rose Hills Auditorium, Saturday, September 10th at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20.00 at the door ($10 with a valid military or college I.D.) Felicia Nicole Productions has teamed up with the non-profit organization "A Window Between Worlds" to help raise awareness & to put an end to violence. A portion of the proceeds made from "Street Love Monologues" will be donated to "A Window Between Worlds"

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