Based on the true love story of playwrights James and Michele Woodson, “Love’s Gonna Get You” is a moving, award-winning inspirational stage play about six singles and their passionate search for true love. When soulmates Nate and Jasmine meet, fall in love, and get engaged all within two short months, their best friends – Nikki, Jessie, Pablo, and Pete – try to convince them that they're moving too fast. But when the new couple ignores their friends’ advice and move forward with their wedding plans, issues arise and their friends are forced to come to terms with their own relationship failures. Will their friends' insecurities and misconceptions about love ultimately bring the new couple down? Or will Nikki, Jessie, Pablo, and Pete gain a newfound hope in the power of love?
James and Michele Woodson
James and Michele Woodson are a husband-and-wife writing, directing, and producing team from Baltimore, MD. They now reside in New Brunswick, NJ.
Michele is an actress who has performed in a number of theatrical productions including “Love’s Gonna Get Ya!” directed by Dwight Ali Williams, “Freefall,” written by Charles Smith and directed by Vondell Richmond, and “Church Folk, God Folk: Which One Are You?” written and directed by Melissa Huggins-Muhammad, and “Best Kept Secret” by TG Generation’s Robin Baker. Michele has also appeared as Monique in the short film “Love, Sex, and Choices,” directed by Alan Roth and has studied with notable acting coaches Suzzanne Douglas and Tracey Moore.
James is a former talent manager and current law student at Rutgers School of Law in Newark, NJ. He began his career as an intern with Alicia Keys’ former management company, MBK Entertainment. James now serves as CEO and President of J’Nointed Entertainment, a talent management and entertainment production company. He has served in this role since May 2005.
Together, James and Michele wrote and produced the critically-acclaimed Off-Broadway hit “Love’s Gonna Get You” in December 2008. The show played in Newark, NJ in October 2009, at the Times Square Arts Center in New York City in July 2010, the D.C. Black Theatre Fesitval in June 2011, and the National Black Theatre Festival's Readers Theatre Series in August 2011.