I Got a Man Gospel Play Hits Miami
November 9, 2017By Tiffani Knowles

Gospel stageplay, I Got a Man, touches down in Miami at the Little Haiti Cultural Center on Nov. 11, promising audiences laughs and inspiration.

                  

Produced by playwright Crystal Wilcox, I Got a Man is an inspirational stage play with a twist and has more to do with finding God than finding a man, said Wilcox.

                  

It follows the story of four friends through their journey as single Christian women. Their choices lead them to dramatic outcomes while each woman learns from every choice she makes and the consequences that follow.

                  

"When they are tempted, they will have to make the ultimate choice of whom will they serve," stated the event website.

                  

This Miami debut is followed by a succesful run at the Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center in Sanford, Florida last August.

                  

"I really enjoyed myself. The play was really good and funny," commented playgoer Teagra Fennel on the Sanford show's Facebook page.

                  

The play runs from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Nov. 11.


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