New York, NY (PRWEB) July 24, 2009
Diversity Players of Harlem aka DPOH Entertainment, the producers that brought you the Stage Play Die Laughing starring uptown Kevin Brown of the Emmy award winning NBC's 30 Rock, now brings you He Said, She Said: A Romantic Comedy by Shawn Luckey. Performances will be at the Roy Arias Theatres for one week only, August 19 - August 23, 2009.
He Said, She Said: A Romantic Comedy, written by Shawn Luckey and directed by Dwight Ali Williams, raises the following questions: Do most couples begin to figure out what type of person they are after several years of being together? Or have they always known that person?
August 19 - August 23, 2009
Wednesday - Saturday 8:00pm Nightly
Saturday and Sunday 3pm Matinee
Doors open 1 hour prior to show
Roy Arias Theatres at Times Square Arts Center
300 W 43rd Street 5th Floor
New York, NY 10036
Between 8th and 9th Avenues
Phone Theatermania at 212-352-3101
Tickets online at: http://www.theatermania.com/new-york/shows/he-said-she-said-a-romantic-comedy_157512/
Sparks Grassly (Alice, Hill Top Prod.), Tray Renee`(The Sopranos), Ciera Payton (Flight of Fury opposite Steven Seagal), Clinton C. Lowe (American Gangster), Gil Charleston (All My Children & Chappelle Show), Ann Marie Yoo (The College Humor Show), and Candice Knox (Diary of a Diana Ross Diva).
Shawn is Diversity Players of Harlem's artistic director, and he actively writes, directs, and produces plays and screenplays. He has appeared in a number of commercials, plays and movies. His theatrical credits include: Charles Fuller's A Soldier's Play; Pearl Cleage's Blues for an Alabama Sky; Craig Lucas' Prelude to a Kiss; Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun; and James Baldwin's Amen Corner. He has also appeared in Rev Run's music video, Mind on the Road, and a NY Lottery Commercial. His directing credits include: Old Man Pete, among other projects, but his love of writing has manifested in the following: The Tenants; He Said/She Said: A Romantic Comedy; and A Family's Play. Shawn's film credits include: The Interpreter; American Gangster; and Spike Lee's Miracle at St. Anna
About The Company:
Diversity Players of Harlem, strive to ensure education and enlightenment opportunities through diverse forms of artistic and creative medium. It is our ultimate goal to nurture youth of undiscovered talents, and produce platforms for artists of various backgrounds. Furthermore, we believe that effectively meeting our goal will cure some of the societal ills affecting our communities. Our past productions include: A Soldier's Play by Charles Fuller, A Marriage Proposal by Anton Chekhov and The Birthday Party by Harold Pinter
Dwight Ali Williams