"A CHANGE IS GONNA COME" Award-Winning Stage Play on Domestic Violence Awareness
Saturday, October 29, 2011 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
QUEEN CITY, Back for an ENCORE performance, after a near-capacity crowd, last October, at Pease Auditorium, Central Piedmont Community College, the award-winning domestic violence awareness stage play,
"A CHANGE IS GONNA COME!"
Did you know that 1 out of 4 Christian couples experience at least one incident of domestic violence and 18% of Jewish couples do as well? Using religious means, manipulation, "strict" measures of submission and obedience, and erroneous interpretations of the scriptures is one way domestic violence abusers impose means of controls over their victims.
"A Change is Gonna Come" is a true-to-life depiction of domestic violence concealed behind the sacred walls of a church organization, and foretold through the eyes of a "Pastor's Wife".
New York Times Best-selling Author, Omar Tyree, attended last year and commented: "Your stage play "A Change Is Gonna Come" is EXCELLENT! You guys should do well with that one all across the country. You picked a subject that really needs to be dealt with, and handled it well, with great acting and conclusion. So DO YOUR THING with it!"