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THEATRE PREVIEW: “Labor of Love”… A Play in Two Acts

Hosted by ‘BYRD’ Bailiff from Judge Judy

Award Winning Playwright and Producer, Kosmond Russell and American Idol Finalist and Award-Winning Director; Kinnik Sky, presents ‘LABOR of LOVE’. A Romantic Comedy, that’s Full of Drama!  An Original Play in Two Acts written by Kosmond Russell. TWO Couples. TWO Love Stories. TWO Decisions. One Shrink. Life is Love and Love is Life! Relationships are joyous, complex, rewarding and exhausting, but everyone wants/needs to be in one. This play forces us to look in the mirror and stop seeing love through rose colored glasses.

“BYRD” Baliff from “Judge Judy”

You will leave the Theater ready to talk about your relationships; past, present and future. If you love Theater and strong stories (full of rich characters) YOU MUST SEE…. LABOR of LOVE!!!!

Psychologist/Mediator (Nick Checket) is the GLUE for both Stories.  He is a psychologist by day and comedian, Rodney Dangerfield impersonator by nigh).

Couple # 1 (Power Struggle):  a mid-thirties black power couple going through the seven-year itch and looking for purpose-driven lives. (Portrayed by Actors: Diosiq Burne’ and Trisha Mann)

Couple # 2 (Lady Love) Two beautiful black professional women.  A cardiologist and an architect fighting for their love and exploring their heritage. (Portrayed by Actors: Toyin Moses and Rhonda Morman).

Actress Rhonda Morman

Performance dates, times and location:

Saturday January 19th 4 p.m. (opening night with Champagne meet and Greet)

Sunday January 20th 4 p.m.

@ Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center

4305 Degnan Ave, Los Angeles Ca.

 

 

Actress Toyin Moses

All Tickets $25.00 (online and at the door)

For Tickets and Info please visit www.KOSMOND.com

Limited Seated …ORDER YOUR TICKETS TODAY

For additional information please contact:

Kosmond Russell

kosrussell@msn.com

626 343 6524 cell (text or call)

*Individual Photo’s of the Actors are available upon request.

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