DETROIT, Michigan, June 6/PRNewswire/Theater patrons can expect a unique stage experience on August 6-7 with the presentation of (4) one-act plays entitled Life: In 4-Part Harmony at the International Institute (111 E. Kirby) in Detroit.
The playwrights behind this venture include Sylvia Hubbard, Octavia Lesley, Monica Link, and Tony Omar. For Hubbard, a published author, this is her first stage play based upon her book Sweet Justice. Lesley’s contribution Tainted is based upon real life events and this is her sophomore project. Link, a native Detroiter who recently moved to New York is bringing the hilarious story Church Folks to audiences. Omar, who’s previously worked with Grammy Award winner Twinkie Clark, is returning to theater after a long hiatus with Come Back Home.
According to Lesley, “Life: In 4-Part Harmony is unique in that it steps outside the box with a variety of stories told in one setting. Life offers audiences murder, mayhem and mystery with plenty of laughs in between.” Hubbard further points out the financial benefits for the theater patron and the producers. “The synergy we create offers patrons a better bang for their buck and also demonstrates unity within the arts community. With this new economy, sharing the production costs of a stage play just makes good sense,” said Hubbard.
Tickets for the Saturday (7:00) performance are $20 or 2 for $30, which includes a first come, first serve pre-show reception and thank you gift. Sunday’s (3:00) performance tickets are $15 or $10 for group sales. Vendor and business ad opportunities are also available. Please call for group sale tickets.
For additional information and media requests (limited passes available), please contact Octavia Lesley at (313) 727-1011 or visit www.allforoneink.com .
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