Producers Danielle Moné Truitt and Tye Blue are pleased to announce a special encore run of Truitt’s one-woman show, 3: Black Girl Blues at The Pico in West LA. This exciting play is a tale of three close friends – Keisha, Jill and Stephanie – who grew up together and now at thirty years old are confronted with facing their demons. Keisha, an urban socialite, has her life crushed when she realizes her long-term boyfriend has had a child with another woman. Jill, a housewife in denial, admits to her husband’s betrayal. Stephanie, an executive in the upper echelon world, has to face the core of her mental illness. 3: BLACK GIRL BLUES meditates on the ways we choose to present ourselves and the forces that cause us to come clean.
Truitt came to national attention after being selected and groomed by visionary producer John Singleton to star in the title role of his new crime drama REBEL for BET. As quoted in the New York Post, Singleton felt “Truitt just has that spice, that flavor. There’s just something about her.”
Her performance in the series instantly grabbed the attention of Hollywood and the media. Variety said she has “an easy bravado,” and The Los Angeles Post proclaimed she “is polished and attractive, lands jokes expertly, and handles the drama deftly with conviction and commitment.” This special encore presentation of 3: Black Girl Blues follows three sold-out runs at Rockwell Table & Stage in LA, Capital Stage Theatre in Sacramento, and the United Solo Festival in NYC.
How to Register?
Tickets are available at www.theblackgirlblues.com