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Sat, Jun 16 - Sat, Jun 23 2018

What We Don't Know Can Kill Us,

Phoenix, Arizona, United States Phoenix, Arizona, United States

  • About the event

    "What We Don't Know Can Kill Us"

     

    In this dramatic thriller production I wanted to write something that would keep the audience on the edge of their seat. This story follows a woman named Sherrie McWell. Sherrie has a seeminly normal lifestyle until her son Alo starts frighting his younger sister with scary stories. When strange events start happening in their familie's New Orlean home, Sherrie can't figure out if it's a result of her son loving the thrill of scaring others, or something else.

    Why should you sponsor?

    Im so excited about this production! Writting has always been a passion of mines since I was a little girl. My dream is to one day sit in the audience and watch one of my own plays on Broadway.  Other than my passion for theatre, I have a passion guiding the youth. Growing up it was always easy for me to be a role model for my younger siblings and cousins. NOW I want to expand on those passions. This Production is just a beginning platform. With this platform I want to reintroduce the fear of losing love, show young peoples how to achieve the power of gratitude, and most of all I want to teach the youth to get involved with their communities.  Our younger generations should do more things that reflect their TRUE SELVES and tap into their ambitions. That is exactly what I hope will come from starting this production. I want this project to be more than a play, I want it to start a movement.


    Day PO

    Well just a little about me? I'm originaly from North Carolina. I have been living in Phoenix AZ for about 3years. I moved out her to purse my passion in Theatre Arts. After working and saving up my paychecks I finally have enough to start my production process for my Play write. I'm hoping to have my first play on stage and in production before my 27th birthday. I turn 26 in June this year.

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  • 101-250 attendees expected


    50% Male Attendees


    50% Female Attendees

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