Union reschedules performance of relationships play
The Union Baptist Church First Friday Summer Series will stage the performance of “How To Make A Wrong Relationship Right” on Friday, July 12 and Saturday, July 13.
Inspired by Union Pastor Dr. Sir Walter Mack Jr.’s book,“How To Make A Wrong Relationship Right,” the play is written by award winning playwright Garrett Davis. It focuses on the emotional roller coasters experienced by three different couples.
The production features Tony nominee Samantha McSwain, Kynya Milam and LaTonya Simms of the national touring play “Mama’s Girls.” The cast also includes the following members of the Union Players of Union Baptist Church: Darron Wilks, Demetrice Young, Amanda Simmons, Javon Bell, Capiphus Rice, Asia Hargrave, Ashleigh Penn, Cynthia Snipes and Aurelia Johnson. Playwright Davis also directs, produced and stars in the play.
Mack released “How To Make A Wrong Relationship Right” in 2010. The book offers Godly methods on how to make wrong relationships right and right relationships even better.
Two performances of the play are scheduled for Friday, July 12 at 7:30 p.m. and a matinee on Saturday, July 13 at 3 p.m. A donation of $5 will be received at the door.
The First Friday Summer Series will culminate in August with a Liturgical Dance and Mime Festival.
Union Baptist is located at 1200 N. Trade Street. Dr. Sir Walter Mack Jr. is pastor and teacher. For more information, call 336-724-9305 or visit www.unionbaptistwsnc.org.