For the first part of my collaboration with the Lincoln Alexander Centre, I introduced you to the venue itself. Now, it's time to learn what you're in for when you go there.
I chatted with Elaine Brown Spencer, producer of the stage show SAVED, coming to the Lincoln Alexander Centre this Saturday, September 16th. Check out our Q&A below:
What inspired SAVED?
This play is based on themes of my book Private Pain In Public Pews. The story focuses on the after math of the Terry-Tia infamous “failed relationship” and Terry’s relentless focus to get his life back on track. But with some unexpected news that Tia gets from her Doctor, it sparks more questions than answers that may affect Terry’s life forever. Meanwhile the hilarious foundational members Mother Blair & Sis Betty schools a new zealous Minister of how to be “SAVED” which all comes full circle.
How do you hope the audience will feel while watching the show?
SAVED is a heartfelt drama of love and redemption with comedic moments of wisdom, intrigue and good ole fashioned Gospel Music. The audience will experience a lot of fun, music, laughter and much reflection on what life in the pews may look like.
Take a look at the trailer below, and visit Kaleo Production or call 905-865-1027 for tickets.