Chastity Moore believes there are three ways a woman can get a husband….love him, live with him, or leave him. She tried loving her man but he chose to serve his country instead. She tried living with her next boyfriend and that didn’t work. So Chastity’s mother, Patricia, wants her daughter to use her three ways to get a husband – love him past his pain, let him be a man and if all else fails wait on God. Experience one woman’s ultimate fight through heartbreak, forgiveness and discovering what really matters in an explosive stage play that will have you looking at love in a whole new light, starring Leon, Billy Dee Williams, Shirley Murdock and Lenny Williams.
When a married couple is ready to call it quits, they always want different things. Raymond Mays wants a divorce and Morgan Mays wants alimony. When the fed-up judge bangs her gavel, she decides Morgan doesn’t deserve half… she deserves it all. Morgan gets everything—the house, Raymond’s retirement, and some would say even his self-esteem, leaving him with nothing but the thought; it would have been cheaper to keep her. Raymond has two options to prevent him from paying alimony: kill Morgan or get her married off to someone else. As ex-husband and ex-love face off with each other, broken hearts will get revenge and hearts and marital matrimony will collide only to discover if it’s easier to love her as his wife.
Caleb Peterson has it all-great job, plenty of money, and a fine fiancée in former model Paisley Terrell. They’re all set to get married just as soon as she signs a prenuptial agreement, but there’s just one problem…”Paisley don’t do prenups!” As war wages and trust starts to crumble, it turns into an all-out battle of the sexes. Paisley’s best friend, Trina, tries to convince her to “get paid,” while Caleb’s friends try to prevent him from “getting played.” Will the battle of the sexes claim two more victims or…
The S.S. Love & Happiness is the cruise ship known for making romantic dreams come true, but the passengers on this voyage are a turbulent bunch. From the captain (Sam Logan), who is more concerned with stalking women than steering the ship and the married couple Gerald (Carl Payne) and Patrice (Tammy Townsend) hoping to reignite their passion, to the divorced man Russell (Khalil Kain) celebrating his new independence, everyone on board does a little something to rock the boat. Can this ship be righted and the relationships saved before the trip ends, or is this dream vacation cruising to disaster?
Starring Brian McKnight, Wendy Raquel Robinson, James Avery, Carl Payne and Karen Malina White, Stephan Mitchell, a jazz musician newly reunited with his father, finds out that he loves ’em and leaves ’em just like his daddy. For him, beautiful sisters and variety is the spice of life. He switches women as fast as he does lanes on the freeway until he is stopped cold by Chante Marie Ellis, an accountant, who captures his heart and soul. Unwilling to let love take him over, the skeletons in his closet begin…
Rene Depriest and Paula Jenkins are best friends who decided to celebrate Rene’s birthday at the beautiful Birds of Paradise Hotel & Casino. But when their seemingly good luck turns sour, all bets are off as they attempt to get paid…by any means necessary. Casino starred the late Gerald Levert, Kelly Price, Tommy Ford, Patrice Lovely, Don “DC” Curry, Trina Jeffrie, Steve Brown and Shawn McLemore.
Je’Caryous Johnson’s Maintenance Man stars Darius McCrary as an attractive man who makes his living as a male prostitute whose clientele includes a variety of wealthy women. His lifestyle begins to tire him, and he finds himself daydreaming of a wife, kids, and a nine to five job. The Maintenance Man cast stars Darius McCrary, Billy Dee Williams, Arnez J, Donna Wilkerson-Stewart and D’Atra Hicks.