Upper Marlboro, MD, October 26, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- “We are thrilled to share with the DC/MD/VA, Bad Girl Blues, the theatrical event of the year,” said Iris Lewis, Director. “Whether they’re a theater junkie or just an average lover of fantastic contemporary plays, I predict they will be mulling the play over in their mind for weeks after they’ve seen it. And it’s the perfect pre-Thanksgiving holiday show for friends and couples. No matter your age, you are definitely in for something special.” Lewis has a passion for all things theater and has previously directed several children’s plays, including The Wiz, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and Seussical JR. (Dr. Seuss).
About Bad Girl Blues: “Secrets...Crime and Faith”
Bad Girl Blues takes you on a journey traveling through the lives of a family bonded together by a lie. It portrays why women hide secrets and how they protect their family - at all cost. Tamika is fighting for her health, Renee faces her deepest fears and Momma Dean has to come clean. Will these women push past their trials and become united? This one night only engagement is a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience, whose execution is simply brilliant.
Georgette Littlejohn presents her debut stage play, Bad Girl Blues. “I must admit that the play is steeping in breath-taking honesty. As the play unravels, the all-star cast renders a stunning and entertaining achievement that will captivate the audience.” Littlejohn began creating this unique brand of original stage plays with passionate prose in 2009, and looks forward to touring the country.
Philadelphia Publishing House presents an evening of storytelling and song that is unmissable by DMV theater lovers. Philadelphia Publishing House asks theater goers to show their support for local artists by attending this fascinating event, Bad Girl Blues. For complete details, visit the play website at www.stageplaybadgirlblues.com.
Box Office Information:
Tickets are available on Eventbrite.com for $25 and at the door for $30.
This production is not appropriate for children. All attendees must have a ticket.
Dr. Henry A Wise, Jr. Performing Arts Center
12650 Brooke Lane
Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772
Free Patron parking is available.
For more information or for press comps, please contact Cheryl Holloway at
Phone: 419/5AU-THOR (419-528-8467) or email: CherylPhilPubHouse@gmail.com.