A stage play about a young lady in her 20’s who keeps dating the wrong men, her friends and family try to make her see what she’s doing wrong but she learns on her own that that the man she really needed was right in front of her the whole time.
User Reviews: This play is inspirational and truthful. The director does a masterful job at incorporating tough, real life, everyday issues that families go through. This film is funny, thoughtful, and entertaining. It reflects the contemporary dynamics of the Black-American family and the issues they face. This is a "must-see" play. This play attempts to answer some of the many problems afflicting the Black-American families. It is written from a spiritual point of view. However, one does not have to be religious to appreciate the honesty that this play brings. I would love to see this in person. Although there is not an all around star- studded cast, the well known actor actress is Clifton Powell (Dead Presidents,Norbit, Ray) and Robin Givens (Boomerang, A Rage in Harlem, The Women of Brewster Place) are largely providing support roles while the less known actors and actress take center stage.