The Stage Play - Side Effects...Hurting People, Hurt People
Agnes Alexander has everything any woman would desire – a college degree, a successful career, a mother that loves her, a best friend (Rebecca) that cares and a fiancé (Brandon) that thinks the world of her ……or does he?
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DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. - March 4, 2014 - PRLog -- March 3, 2014 - Anges is played by Sophia Gelsey, who's thought provoking performance brings Agnes to life. Rosetta J. McKenzie plays the role of Buna Alexander, Agnes mother. Buna's refusal to address the turmoil in her own home, causes the wrong spirit to be releasd in her house that will resurface at the wrong place and time.The hilarious Uncle Al, played by Tabensky (Benny) Johnson, loves his family and makes sure that he keeps everyone loose and laughing. Anthony Alexander is played by Gospel Recording artist, actor, and everyone's favorite cousin Jerome Wiggins from the Tia and Tamera show. Will Anthony's calm demeanor cause him to remain silent? Will Anthony support his sister through her pain? Comedian Sista Watermelon plays the role of Chef Wednesday in this production and will leave you in stitches. Friend of the family and Uncle Al's love interest, Dr. Jasmine Harris, is played by Magdeline Hernandez. Dr. Harris is loyal to the family no matter what comes or goes. Agnes' fiance, Brandon is played by Nathaniel Cooper. Brandon is heartless and is partly responsible for the "Side Effect" triggering in Agnes' life. Wanda, from the Hit TV Show, South Beach Tow, plays Brandon's mother Bernice. Bernice and Buna have been friends for 30 years. Will they allow circumstances to destroy their bond? Will their 30 year freindship come to an abrubpt end? Wait a minute, who's this showing up at the engagemnet party? No, it can't be, Brandon, Sr! Brandon, Sr., played by Steven Smith, is one guest that just may be in for a rude awakening. Grady, Brandon's best man is played by Kenard Irving. Though he appears innocent, Grady's silence makes him just as responsible for Agnes' downward spiral. Wait a minute, who is this mysterious woman that just showed up? It's Mona, played by Chioma Anyadike. Not only will she turn heads, she will confuse them as well. Shawntaria Franklin, plays the role of Rebecca. Rebecca is Agnes' best friend. Rebecca will do whatever it takes to help her best friend recover and get back on her feet. Will Rebecca live to regret her decision? Will Agnes betray her trust? Rebecca's daughter, Natasha, is played by Macy Hughes. Granddaddy, played by South Florida's own Joseph Long, is the spiritual rock in Rebecca's home. Granddaddy is hard of hearing and his sight is failing him. The reality is, he can see and hear more than what people give him credit for. Rebecca's neighbors Jericho, played by Curtis Smith and Tonya, played by Tanisha McCall, some how some way get caught up in a web spun by Rebecca's house guest. The web of confusion will place a wedge between the once loving, peaceful neighbors. Who better to untie the web of confusion than Detective Joseph, played by Paula Marcelus. You don't want to miss this!!!
The Stage Play, Side Effects….Hurting People, Hurt People is filled with high emotion, laughter and great singing that will minister deeply to your soul.
Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas~ Get ready!!
New Life Community Center, 2405 E Belt Line Rd, Carrollton, Tx 75006 Saturday, May 24, 2014 @3pm and 7pm - Sunday, May 25, 2014 @3pm
This event is being sponsored by Destined Greatness/Cherise L. Riley and New Life Community Center.
**Purchase your tickets at: www.agwellsproductions.eventbrite.com**
"When we refuse to deal with the things that impact us emotionally and psychologically, that which has impacted us lies dormant in our soul and becomes the antagonist in the story of our life" - Director, Antonio G. Wells