Torrance, CA, May 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Earforce One Records announced today that Kari Taylor will make her acting debut in Robert Kinsey’s stage play “In Sheep’s Clothing” as Johnnie Mae, a humble, Godly, dedicated woman who although is pained by her husband’s repeated acts of infidelity, doesn’t have the courage to leave him. “Robert remembered me from the small part I played singing his first play and offered me a principal role in ‘In Sheep’s Clothing.' I am excited to have been given the opportunity to work with him again. He has challenged me to be the “opposite” of who I actually am which forced me to dig deep inside of myself to realize my potential and be the best that I can be. By doing so, I have found that even though some of the circumstances are different, Johnnie Mae and I are not that different. In fact, my role is a 'woman in the mirror' experience that all women will be able to identify with,” said Kari.
‘In Sheep’s Clothing,’ is about a 17-year-old girl named Syann, who embarks on a musical odyssey to search for stardom and a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow; but finds that not everyone is what they appear to be and all that glitters, is not necessarily gold! And even though “In Sheep’s Clothing” is a story full of laughter, music, and fun, it also takes a penetrating look at friendship, marriage, commitment and the folly of not honoring each and every one of these. The play is choreographed by new comer, Brandi Taylor, a talented dancer/choreographer and captain of KPA Dance Fusion Repertoire.
The play runs May 30-31, 2014 at the beautiful Culver City Veterans Complex Theater, located at 4117 Overland Avenue, in Culver City, CA. Tickets are available for purchase at http://www.sheepsclothing.com and http://www.brownpapertickets.com.
Singers/Actors: Spring Mooney, Cyril Winbush, Byron “Blu” Mitchell, Nay-Nay Kirby, Kenyatta Mackey, Vivian Love, Karen Evans, Roxanne Abiligou, Gabriel Trimble, Karl D. Amico; Dancers: Brandi Taylor, Jonathan Taylor, Felicia Kelley, Jasmine Ford, Jonathan Taylor, Arthur Crenshaw, and Chris Smith will also star in the project.