“The Prodigal” is an original play depicting a young lady who’s leaving home to be on her own for the first time. Growing up in the church, she feels she’s ready to explore the world. She eventually finds out the hard way how cruel the world can really be. While down and out, she asks herself, “Where is my Father’s house?”
This outstanding production was a “sip and see” murder mystery set in the Harlem Renaissance era. As an interactive production, the audience was involved with helping solve a crime while listening to music from the time era. As a benefit for the domestic violence shelter, Who Done It: A Murder Mystery was a SOLD OUT production and received rave reviews.
Behind Closed Doors “From the Prison to the Palace” is an original stage play written by Minister Kerry Ann Frazier.
The play explores the spiritual warfare that takes place in the lives of several women. The devil comes to kill, steal and destroy the heart, mind, and soul of mankind; but there is another side; God has given us the power to defeat the devil and to live victoriously.
When we submit to Him and allow Him to take us from the prison of sin to the palace of freedom in Him, supernatural things occur.
This drama-filled emotional piece explores the mental, emotional, spiritual and even physical battles of four women who experience God in their own way.
A Family Matter is a second installation of the play Marriage Matters based on a book by Tyrone Holcomb. A group of sisters and their husbands go on a vacation. Much to their surprise, a guest pops up at the vacation getaway, their stepsister resulting from their father’s affair. All hell broke lose as the family learned the heart of the matter, love, and that family matters.