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“Men-O-Pause-Ages of the Colors of Love” Choreopoem/Stageplay
By Sentinel News Service
Published August 16, 2018

Founder of Meek Ent. & PR has decided to host another live event bringing awareness to social causes. Meek Entertainment & PR is excited to bring you a community event which brings awareness to Menopause over a three day weekend on September 14-16, 2018, at the Inglewood “Willie Agee” Playhouse. The play “Men-O-Pause-Ages of the Colors of Love,” features 9 ladies on stage sharing their different experiences of Menopause and how it has affected their relationships with the men in their life, their mental, physical and emotional health and their life overall. This play will make you laugh, cry and keep you on the edge of your seat all while educating you, entertaining you, and empowering you, but most importantly giving you a deeper appreciation for Menopause as you encounter and/or your loved ones who go through “the change.” We have several TV/FILM actors in the cast including: Kathleen Bradley- The Price is Right & Mrs. Parker in Ice Cube’s Friday Movie, Reatha Grey- Betty White’s Off Their Rockers, The Cool Kids on FOX, Millena Gay- Raising Whitley on OWN & Young & The Restless and other local actors- Zee Cruise, Tiffany Smith, Johnnie Taylor, Cammie Middleton, Charline Monica, and Sunnii Bartee and guest poet Tanae Sanders performing an original piece about Menopause.

General Admission is a Donation of $20 for Advance Tickets up to 1st 100 tickets, $25 for General Admission and Comp tickets are reserved for confirmed media guests. Log on to Eventbrite: or

In May 2015, Meek Ent. & PR joined forces with My Sister My Friend Breast Cancer Support 501c3 to promote Breast Cancer Awareness and education in the community with the musical stage production of “The Truth,” which played to a sold out crowd of 300+ attendees at the Barnsdall Theatre, in Hollywood, California. Last year’s event took place over a three day weekend on October 13-15, 2017, at the Chromolume Theatre, Culver City, CA. The Musical Stage play “Love Make Over” brought awareness to Domestic violence and had the support of House of Ruth Domestic Violence organization and Vonte’ Hair Care Products. Actors included: Jensen Atwood from “Their Eyes Were Watching God,” w/ Halle Berry, Comedian Precious Hall from Improv, All Def Digital & a Host of other phenomenal Actors and Singers locally. This event featured Live Entertainment, Media Guests and others from the healthcare community as well as the entertainment industry and the theatre community and was again a sold out event over the 3 day weekend.

(Courtesy flyer)

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