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Hope Arise The Musical

BFN/ COLSAC

Saturday, November 16, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)

Hope Arise The Musical

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Group Sale Package
The pricing at the door will be 37.50 for individual tickets.
Ended $25.00 $3.16
"Early Bird"
The pricing at the door will be 37.50 for individual tickets.
Ended $27.00 $3.28
General Admissions Ended $37.50 $3.91

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Event Details

Dee, a gritty 10-year-old, in an impoverished Chicago south-side neighborhood, fights to evade a life of abuse, poverty, and despair by commandeering freedom and love from a family she seizes as her own. Her advanced intellectual prowess and unkempt appearance make her an outsider to her peers, except for one fellow misfit friend Pee-Wee.

After her mother is taken to jail for domestic violence, and all too familiar with the foster care system, Dee vows not to return to foster care at all costs.

Drawing on a mustard seed of faith, her prayers are answered when an elderly couple provides a shot at a brighter, safer, happier life. Yet, she is determined to salvage what remains of her tattered mother-daughter relationship and make a stable family with her mother.

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When & Where


West Angeles Performing Arts
3020 Crenshaw Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90016

Saturday, November 16, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)


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BFN/ COLSAC

 

         With a fully functional production company such as BFN Inc., one may think. “What more can you ask for?” Quite simply, BFN wants more. When Mr. Coleman created COLSAC, he dreamed of changing the industry and what better person to do that than a seasoned professional who knows the business quite well. With sponsorship, Biblical Films can reach an audience far larger than the ones they already have. Although huge blockbusters such as comic-book movies may profit five times the amount of money it took to produce, BFN is more focused on a less expensive film that will have a huge, moral outcome.

The average budget of our films range from approximately one to two million, a budget any major production company can afford. BFN believes the more money you can save on the production without diminishing the quality of the content, the better. Here are some examples “Mama & Me” tells the story about a son who loves his mother deeply but must figure out how to deal with life once he finds out his mother is diagnosed with Dementia. Later, he and his family grow stronger as their mother’s ailment not only affects her but her family as well. “The Film Factory’s”, Weird, Wild, Wonderful Days of School is an episodic version of the reality show, College Hill. As College Hill gathers total strangers to interact with each other to see how they react, WWW Days of School demonstrates real-life situations that kids suffer every day. The media always looks for something new, yet with a twist of something they have already seen before and these two projects from BFN does just that. 

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