MILWAUKEE, WI – Statistics show that 80% of rapists motivated with displaced anger, 63% of youth suicides and 85% of all youth sitting in prisons come from fatherless homes. Pastor Martha R. Austin, founder of Destiny Productions, has decided to tackle the “No Daddy Syndrome” with vigor, exposing the community to this plight through her sophomore stage play titled, “No Daddy.” This theatrical outlet will shed light on this devastating issue by bringing the community together for a phenomenal production divulging the tragedy of growing up without a father as well as the triumph of overcoming those obstacles. In addition, Destiny Productions will be launching its first Conflict Resolution Day on Friday, November 11, 2011. Because the play evokes such profound personal examination, this day was created to bring healing and understanding to those affected by the “No Daddy Syndrome”.
On Saturday, November 12, 2011 at Destiny Youth Plaza; 7210 N 76th St., Milwaukee, WI, Faith Made Perfect Ministries will sponsor the 3rd run of the hit Production, “No Daddy”. Faith Made Perfect Ministries, located at 5311 N 39th Street, is a Christian fellowship with a great vision to reach the lost through creative ministry tactics and partnerships, thus the collaboration with Destiny Productions.
Inspired by the book “No Daddy?!” written and self-published by Shontina Gladney, the performances of actors Jodine Basterash, Robin Adkins, Kinah Morgan, Alex Brown, Chasity Washington, Keziah Robinson, Terrell Johnnies, and a slew of other phenomenal cast members, will move your emotions from tears to laughter and perhaps provide some clarity for those who have found themselves in similar situations. Take a long hard look at “No Daddy”. It will cause you to take a long hard look at yourself.
“No Daddy” has additional performances scheduled in the coming months, December 17, 2011 – Milwaukee, WI and March 31, 2012 – Chicago, IL! For more information or to purchase tickets, visit http://www.nodaddy.eventbrite.com
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