(PRWEB) March 20, 2014
Urban Home Entertainment and AlphaBang! Collective gives you an out of body experience with the new film, "Role Play," starring Kelly Stinnett and Terrance Kingsby.
Role Play is the new romantic comedy of the year starring Milwaukee comedians Kelly “kellz” Stinnett Davis, Terrance “T-Dot” Kingsby, and co-starring comedians DA jester, MS Cut, Arturo DE LA MESA, Gig Jackson, Aliah Arneson and poet Dasha Kelly. The story takes place when the couple goes to counseling and agrees to participate in a new program where the couple gets to see things from the others point of view. But, things go haywire when they wake up in each other’s body. As you can image everything is about to change.
Kelly Stinnett, a.k.a Kelly Kellz, has graced the stage with some of the greats. Her first big name line up was with Mike Epps and Sheryl Underwood. It was followed by an all-star cast which included Anthony Anderson, Tony Roberts and Michael Blackson just to name a few. She also has a very successful Comedy Room that has been running for the past two years at One Sports Lounge in downtown Milwaukee, WI.
About AlphaBang! Collective
AlphaBang! Collective is based out of Milwauikee as well and is currently producing a new show called 'Mad Black Men', a dramedy based on the Mad Men show on AMC, starring Pierre and "T-Dot" that is featured on Daily Motion.
Urban Home Entertainment is a leader in home entertainment. They are a boutique film company that specializes in stand-up comedy, urban, Latin and faith-based films. The company is headed by father son team Barrett and Trae Dungy. UHE has been independently own and operated in Atlanta, GA since 2001. Their content is carried in over 2400 mass retailers, e-tailers and digital outlets across the globe.
Most recently, UHE is the PLATINUM SELLING home of Blue Collar alumni ‘RON WHITE: A Little Unprofessional’, along with a wide cultural diaspora of themes and characters in the properties UHE distributes. UHE is also the home to Zoe Saldana’s ‘Curse of Father Cardona’, Megan Good’s ‘Miles From Home’, T.D. Jakes’ ‘The Scroll’, and the film ‘Streets’ that features multi-platinum selling artist Meek Mills. ” We don’t do typical gangster films or drug movies, you don’t need a TV to see that, this is the reality we live. We simply do movies to open up the possibilities of a better life or share another point of view to enlighten and entertain,” says Barrett, UHE's CEO. ” We promote films that tell our, story….films that tell your story.”
Get your copy of Role Play today and see what happens when man and woman switch places.