Under the direction of Founder & Artistic Director Robyn L. Rease, with worshipful music and compelling dialogue, the Rhode Island theatre, music and arts community is in for a treat! Performances will be held at Theatre 82 at The Artists’ Exchange, 82 Rolfe Square, Cranston, RI 02910 beginning Thursday May 1 through Sunday May 4, 2014. Performance times are Thursday, May 1st at 7pm; Friday, May 2nd at 8pm; Saturday, May 3rd at 3pm and 8pm; and Sunday May 4th at 4pm.
Moving Day is the dramatization of the lives of three women and their journey to total victory and wholeness - overcoming abandonment, sexual abuse, and drug addiction. The play creates separate stages for the stories of Hyacinth ‘Hycie’ Milner, Carrie Dumas, and Arlaine Douglas – and is intentional about looking at the affects of addiction on those who love the addict. The dichtotomic relationships depicted convey the complexity of the human experience. Each character plays an integral role in bringing the audience to tears of healing and deliverance—
The cast brings a mix of new and seasoned actors & soloists to the stage for a powerful performance.
Robyn Rease is a prolific poet and screenwriter with countless collections of published poetry and prose to her credit. Rease has mastered the art of live theatre & stage plays—understanding that during an actual performance, emotional exchanges will occur which could throw the entire scene. She knows how to harness the energy necessary to bring the words to life.
Stage Praise Productions is a theatre, film, and television company with a mission to change the face of entertainment – and the world – one story at a time. Rease says her goal is to create a company that produces quality Christian entertainment that not only ministers, but that changes lives. This production is one that Rease hopes will compel, as well as inspire the cast and audience to “… abandon fear, and pursue their dreams…”
Tickets are on sale for $20.00 each and may be purchased online at www.stagepraiseproductions.com, or $25.00 at the door. This show is not recommended for children aged 12 and under.
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