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"What a Difference a Day Makes" to play in Columbia

Friday, September 8, 2006

The Gospel Stageplay "What a Difference a Day Makes" will be conducting a Promotional Tour/Meet The Cast event at the Columbia Mall Saturday, Sept. 9 at 3 p.m. The event will feature show clips from the play, the acting out of a scene from the play and performances of a song or two. Tickets for the show will be sold for $15 that day $5 off the $20 regular price.

On Saturday, Sept.16 the play will be performed and filmed for National Distribution at Columbia State Community College's Cherry Theatre at 6p.m.

The play has significant ties to Columbia with the writer/director/star of the play. Pastor Kerry James, being a native of Columbia. Even the play itself is based around Columbia and stars Columbia residents Rhonda Stanfill and Annie Hardison known as Sister Girls. Rhonda auditioned and was picked to play Grandma Jezebel, a very important character in the play and Annie, who was out of town during auditions, will be added in along with Ciara Carter, a freshman on the CSCC Lady Charger's Team last year, who will be making her acting debut as a young lady in an abusive relationship. The play also stars nationally known singers and actors from Bobby Jones Gospel and Tyler Perry plays and features Tennessee Titan Cheerleader Natalie Broadway.

For more information, contact Terry Williams at 931-379-7636.