Play to raise awareness of crucial subject

March 28, 2013 by  

This weekend, a play entitled ‘Voices of Domestic Violence: Dance, Music, & Monologues’ is to be performed. A poignant play, it is designed to bring awareness about domestic violence, as well as to promote healing for the soul, body, and mind.

Given the importance of the subject, it would not be a surprise if local brochure printing were used, as well as poster printing, to promote this moving play to people in this community and the surrounding regions and ensure a good turnout.

This stage production is being presented by Shay Laren and focuses on the changing times, but is also a soul stirring production about hope, faith, and victory. For those who enjoy a moving play, this one brings to the forefront a story that will have the audience in tears one minute, and laughing the next minute.

Although touching, it also depicts domestic violence as a true picture, meaning that it may not be to everybody’s taste. The cast includes Tasha Smith, a renowned actress who has appeared in some Tyler Perry Films. During this production, the audience will enjoy some great dance numbers, outstanding music, and quiet and soulful monologues.

Ticket prices vary depending on seating selected. The show will be performed on Saturday, March 30, at 8:00 pm at The Prince Music Theatre located at 1417 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a 25-minute drive from Turnersville, New Jersey. To learn more about this production, or the ticket prices, please visit The Prince Music Theatre’s website or call the box office.

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