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ICBCC Radio Talk Show Featuring Author -Alretha Thomas and Director - Denise Dowse

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Join us for an in-depth interview with Alretha Thomas (Playwright/Producer) and Denise Dowse (Director). “One Woman, Two Lives,” is written by Alretha Thomas who has penned several other plays produced in the Los Angeles area including NAACP Theatre Award winning play Civil Rites (2004), A Shrine to Junior (2002) nominated for an NAACP Theatre Award as well, Grandpa’s Truth (2006), Sacrificing Simone (2007) and her first novel “Daughter Denied.” Three time NAACP Best Director Image Award recipient Denise Dowse is the director of this intriguing and ground breaking stage play. No stranger to taking the written word from the page to stage in creative and talented fashion, Dowse, a veteran actress, (“Ray”, “Coach Carter”) elicits beautiful and memorable performances from this ensemble cast which also stars veteran and award winning actors Esther Scott (“You Got Served”, “Dreamgirls”, The Geena Davis Show”) who plays the outspoken mother-in-law Edna, Billy Mayo (“Desperate Housewives”, “The Traveler”) who plays a deliciously duplicitous Melvin Foster and also features child actors Diamond Summers, Sarah Nanko, Lavaunte Jackson and Evan Thurman. Hosted by Lennell Jones- President/CEO ICBCC and C0-hosted by Rhonda Morman- Vice President ICBCC