Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers. For what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? And what communion hath light with darkness? (2 Corinthians 6:14/KJV)
AND IT CAME TO PASS
After a decade of strategically seeking and consulting Almighty God for a divine sense of direction, Kim Brooks’ highly-anticipated masterpiece is finally about to come full circle.
The Detroit-area playwright announced that her riveting, spiritually-empowering stage play, He’s Fine…But is He Saved?, will debut with consecutive showings October 21-22 at 7 p.m. EST at the Michael A. Guido Theater, located at 15801 Michigan Avenue in nearby Dearborn, Michigan.
Brooks’ stage play will take place during what is suitably known as Sweetest Day Weekend, which is recognized annually on October 21 to share romantic deeds or expressions and acts of charity and kindness.
Tickets for the play can be purchased via Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hes-finebut-is-he-saved-the-stage-play-tickets-676081406687.
BUT HE IS SAVE, THOUGH?
Powered by He’s Fine…But is He Saved?: Official Re-Release, Brooks’ national bestselling novel that debuted in November 2012, He’s Fine…But is He Saved? is comprised of a star-studded lineup starring renowned actor and comedian Reginald Ballad, economist-turned-financial-powerhouse Jewel Tankard, and accomplished gospel singer Joshua Rogers.
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A native of Galveston, Texas, Ballard, 57, is best known for his recurring roles as “Bruh-Man” in the sitcom, Martin, and “W.B.” on The Bernie Mac Show, both of which aired on Fox.
Having starred in Thicker Than Water: The Tankards, a reality television show that aired for three seasons from 2013-2016, Tankard is a serial network marketer who has grossed over $5 million and empowered over 250,000 people in her robust organizations. She has a global reputation for creating multiple six-to seven-figure earners with her success strategies.
Rogers, meanwhile, is the season five winner of BET’s Sunday Best, the first male and youngest winner to accomplish such a feat. A native of Greeleyville, South Carolina, Rogers was immediately dubbed a fan favorite and garnered high praises by the celebrity judging panel of Yolanda Adams, Donnie McClurkin, and CeCe Winans.
Much to Rogers’ delight, Sunday Best host Kirk Franklin suitably nicknamed him, “Young Buck.”
A stage play that is written and produced by Brooks and directed by T.J. Hemphill, Brooks emphasized, among other things, her highly-anticipated theatrical is designed in large part to provide fun, inspirational, and family-friendly entertainment centered around what she describes as modern and relevant topics, particularly as it pertains to dating and relationships.
“It is also to provide an experience for the audience where they are entertained and inspired in their relationship with God as a result of witnessing what happens in the play with the relatable characters,” Brooks told Making Headline News during a recent interview.
A stage play that had been the works for some 10 years, Brooks’ “He’s Fine…But is He Saved? has created a fervent buzz across various message boards and social media platforms.
“Folks are excited about the play,” Brooks, a Detroiter, told MHN. “They love the title and topic and the fact that quality entertainment will be presented, which will have them at the edge of their seats while still being faith-based and Christ-centered. Characters in the play received Jesus as their Lord and Savior, which will hopefully inspire the audience to examine their lives as well.
“Plus, the challenges the main characters go through, audience members and kingdom citizens can relate to, and it offers viewers a solution and a way to handle relationship situations while also encouraging friendships and sisterhood.”
Generally, Brooks’ stage play is based off her self-published-turned-national-bestselling novel, He’s Fine…But is He Saved?, a 336-page written work the depicts the experiences of three friends and their relationships with men.
According to detailed synopsis of Brooks’ featured book via Amazon.com, Sandy attracts men who are only interested in sex.
Now that she is saved, will she ever meet the right one? Michelle dated Pierre Dupree, her church’s finest and most eligible bachelor. Could he be The One? Liz, meanwhile, hasn’t dated in over two years. She is too busy taming her single mother who is 45, going on 25. Will Liz ever have time for a man, or does she even want one?
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In a nutshell, three single girlfriends, three separate issues with men, One Lord and Savior of all, and it’s about three single and saved girlfriends and their challenges and triumphs in relationships.
“This is not just a play,” Brooks, an alumna of Michigan State University, said. “It’s an experience to be enjoyed live and in-person as it’s for two nights only for all who attend. And it’s also an opportunity to bring us together again for live theater, which is enjoyed by both young and not-so-young and (people from) all walks of life.”
MORE ON BROOKS
For more information about Detroit Playwright Kim Brooks, to inquire about her stage play, her book, or to schedule her for a book signing, public appearance, or speaking engagement, call 313. 775.2010 or connect with her via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kimbrooksofficialpage; Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/KimontheWeb; YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/kimontheweb. Send email to email@example.com.
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