Join us for a spiritual performance
Ferriday, Vidalia, Tensas, Jonesville and all surrounding areas, get ready for the upcoming Gospel Stage Play Drama, “B-R-O-K-E-N” that will invade the beautiful town of Ferriday on Sept. 6.
Showtime is 7 p.m. at the Delta Music Museum Arcade Theatre.
God is constantly blessing me beyond measures, allowing my gifts to make room for me. My gifts have allowed and are currently allowing me to stand before great men.
Therefore, I’m grateful to have made a tremendous mark in the theatrical realm.
I’ve written, directed and produced numerous stage plays such as, “If loving him is wrong,” “I told the storm,” “Don’t drive your’ mama away,” “Be careful what you pray 4,” and the annual “Passion of the cross” just to name a few.
One of my greatest achievements recently was having landed the leading role with Global South Production’s hit stage play, “Ain’t no sunshine when he’s home,” which is written and directed by Clyde R. Jones from “Coming to America.”
In this production, I had the opportunity to work with cast members such as Todd Bridges (who played Willis on “Diff’rent Strokes”) and “The world’s dumbest videos” (as a commentator), Nicoye Banks from “Brooklyn’s Finest,” and many more.
I saw the need to share my works and spread the word of God via performing arts throughout the Miss-Lou, hoping that this production will be the first of many to come to inspire the surrounding communities.
Without disclosing too much of the synopsis, the sequel, “B-R-O-K-E-N,” depicts real life as many can attest.
This production explores the hardship of marriage and relationships.
This drama addresses the many issues and temptations faced in a stressful union between a hard-working technician, his loving wife, a fashion consultant, a multi-millionaire, etc. We don’t want to give too much of the story away.
Rich with talents from throughout the Miss-Lou, some of the cast that will be featured in the stage play are, Chris Sherman as “Chance,” Natchez High School Band Director Marcus Washington as “McKinley,” myself as “Lily,” Deanna Hayden as “Fallon,” Freddie Ward as “Poppa Luther,” Nea as “Zya,” Engwin Yarne’ as “Whoomp,” Carolyn Slacks as “Ma Belle,” Jocelyn Rice as “Amber,” special appearance and musical guest Emerson Hill.
Also featured will be the fantastic anointed Zion Hill Baptist Church Choir, along with the Stage Play Band under the direction of the Rev. KeJuane Hawkins and so many more special guests.
This production will display much dramatics within the sounds, lighting effects and so on. We personally invite each and everyone out on Sept. 6, as all roads will lead to the Delta Music Museum Arcade Theatre for the soul-stirring drama, “B-R-O-K-E-N.” Showtime is 7 p.m.
Be prepared to get a bit of laughter in, your hearts for change, to cry, to get your praise on with some of the cast, but, above all, for a relationship overhaul.
If you enter broken, we’re praying, believing, decreeing and declaring in advance that God will deliver, restore and renew your relationship before you leave.
We believe it by faith that whoever is broken will be fixed within one person’s life.
For more information about this production, call 601-807-5904.
Tickets can be purchased at Hair Plus in Ferriday and WTYJ 97.7 FM or by calling 601-807-5904.
Seating will be limited to 150, so purchase your tickets, which are $13, in advance.
God bless you all.
Vickie Green is a Roxie resident and member of the Word of Faith Ambassadors Worship Club.