The story follows the life of Darrin, a mega celebrity, who is a closeted gay man, signed to a homophobic music label. As the story unfolds, he has to decide if he wants to do what he loves (be a mainstream artist) or be with who he loves (Ken, a man he recently met). This groundbreaking stage play demystifies the relationships between homosexual and heterosexual men in a funny and relatable way…. It is a modern day coming out story of a man who is afraid of rejection by his family, church, and friends as he has to decide his path in life. This play is enjoyable and educational for all genders and all ages. You will leave laughing and more open minded.
Juanita, sexy but not yet forty, has been for many years a strong single African-American woman. Overworked and overloaded she has always found an ounce of fight still in her soul to keep pressing on… but how long can one person fight? How long can they bare the struggle in the dark without some hint of daylight? In her struggles, Juanita now finds herself at odds with the undeniable fact that raising five children as a single parent has finally started to take its toll. She expects more and receives less. Her trust in men is near non-existence but that is put to the test when she is reunited with a blast from her past… a smooth talking and flashy R&B singer who rehashes old memories and introduces new ideas… ideas that thrusts Juanita into a whirlwind of pain and confusion.