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Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Theater Producation: "I Need A Man" is coming soon to a city near you... Grand Rapids & Saginaw April 24 - 25
Michael L. Matthews, known as the "God-Father" of gospel stage plays, has been a major influence in the lives of many entertainers, producers, playwrights and promoters. He created the model that is used by producers of successful urban and gospel stage plays today. His motivation has always been fueled by a passion to help others.
In 1984 Michael Matthews wrote the hit gospel musical "Wicked Ways". This was the beginning of a series of successful gospel musicals extending over 10 years including: Momma Don't, Come out of the Rain, I Need a Man, Who Can You Trust, Sneaky, Fake Friends and Momma I'm Sorry, which played to "sold out" theater attendees from around the country. With a new outlook on life and the industry, Michael is ready to again be a blessing to others and to leave a positive legacy on the worlds.
"I Need A Man" features: R&B recording artist Ginuwine, American Idol's Ruben Studdard, Jackee from the T.V. series "Sister, Sister", Legendary Hip-Hop recording artist Big Daddy Kane, Beverly Todd of Crash & the Bucket List, Drew Sidora from BET T.V. series "The Game", R&B recording artist Alyson Williams, Christopher "Play" Martin from the movie "House Party", and Comedian Pierre.
Momma Lily is allowing her four daughters to live with her as long as they live their lives in a way she approves. She detests anything to do with the church and the Christian faith. She is convinced that all of her daughters need men and that they won't be able to find them in the church. Momma Lily is into partying and drugs and her enablers are her drug dealers. The only person Momma Lily can't boss around is her father. He doesn't allow her to get away with speaking to him the way she speaks to others.
"I Need A Man" is coming soon to a city near you. . . .