Special to Frost Illustrated
FORT WAYNE—Bluecreek Washout is a play embellished with gospel music and comedy. The setting for this drama is a small, rural town—Bluecreek.
The drama starts in the early 1960s until the early 1990s. In the good old days, Bluecreek was a very happy place where people shared the same hope and dreams but in later days, they are challenged with a host of tribulation’s. The play Bluecreek Washout, which takes its inspiration from Ezekiel 33:1-7, shows how deceit lurks in the midst and how life can fall apart if God is not the key ingredient.
The public is invited to come share in the life lessons presented in Bluecreek Washout at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 15 at South Side High School, 3601 S. Calhoun St.
“I have an awesome cast who have put a lot of hard work into this production,” said playwright and director Tiana Hakkarach. “Come and share a night of fun with us at South Side High School.”
Bluecreek Washout stars Ratoshia Suttle Smith, Stephanie Marie Rogers, Kenny Benard Reese, Shantell Harper, Jeval Malone, Tony Moore, Samuial Williams, Jermaine Winn, Roxianne Charlton, Angel Hopkins, Justice Billiningsley, Lashana Loude, Myeka Young and Makayla Young.
Opening acts for the evening include All God’s Children, Tony Moore, Enis Williams and Jasmine Brown.
Tickets can be purchased at Voice Link, 5733 S. Anthony Blvd. or at the door. Tickets are $15 and include admission to the play and refreshments after the play.
For more information, call (260) 447-8077.
For a preview of the play, visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sDEoaKnS_A/.