Explosive Play Sunday Exposes Truths, Contradictions of Church
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Atlanta favorite Libby Whittemore puts a cabaret spin on the season in Ho, Ho, Home for the Holidays, the annual holiday installment of her acclaimed Libby's at the Express series. With her gorgeous voice and unique showmanship, Whittemore sings best-loved Christmas songs, accompanied by Robert Strickland and his Super-Sized Combo. As an added bonus, Connie Sue Day -- "The 31st Lady of Country Music" -- will also take the stage. Combining powerhouse vocals and hilarious homespun comedy, Day is a perennial favorite with numbers like "Twelve Days of a White Trash Christmas." (She's also Whittemore's alter-ego.) Learn More
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The Learical Jonez Entertainment Group (LJEG) is back with an explosive new stage play that dares to expose the truths and contradictions of beloved church folk and the families they preach to! Sunday is sure to shake your faith and leave many to wonder… where is God in the midst of hell?!
“Sunday addresses everything that people are afraid to reveal about church and family,” states writer, director and CEO of LJEG, Learical Jonez, “No one person is ever perfect, even when perfection is expected of them, and this play ventures to show how unholy “holy” people can be.”
Audiences will see that the characters portrayed may represent someone in their immediate families, or people they deal with on a daily basis. Jonez continues, “In the African American church, we tend to sweep things under the rug because there is a certain persona and/or reputation that has to be kept, but who are we keeping it for when the next man or woman may have problems far greater than your own?”
About the Ticket Supplier: Learical Jonez Entertainment Group
LJEG is dedicated to opening minds and healing souls through words; musical and theatre. We believe that through every pain, joy comes in the form of lyrical expression.