Eureka Lewis strikes a gold mine with her play, “What They’ll Remember.”
Hey New York & Visitors: If you missed OPENING NITE of the Off-Broadway play with music, “What They’ll Remember,” it was packed.
The stage play “What They’ll Remember” is full of drama and music with moments of comedy that touches upon the saga of five female inmates serving time for murder. The cast did an incredible job. The casting agents and talent managers who missed out must see the live performance for yourselves to experience the multi-dimensional energy of the Lead Actress Tadaa Jackson in her riveting monologue performance that had us spellbound.
Only now may visitors, tourists and theater goers take full advantage and add this Off-Broadway stage play to their itinerary of things to do in New York, for a limited time, from now through December 2016.
The whole cast is a professionally blended mix of diverse talent, including their Broadway Music Director, right down to the stage manager and set-crew, with the promise of captivating your attention throughout the entire show.
Among other major awards, we believe this project will walk away winning all the 2017 Audelco Awards for best Play Writer, best Leading Actress, best musical composition, best supporting actress and best Off-Broadway Show, likely to move to Manhattan’s Broadway district in the future. And we do suspect that the industry’s movers and shakers, like Lee Daniels, Spike Lee, Tyler Perry (leave Medea out of this), Robbi, Barbara McNamara, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, Chase and Private Equity & Investment firms, along with Facebook and Google catch on quickly and see the lucrative return.
Tour Guides, Group Leaders, news media networks and Associated Press reporters who are linked to (The Inner Circle) are strongly encouraged to purchase tickets in advance for the best possible seating arrangements. Local community groups, hangout buddies and event travel partners should hurry to attend one of New York’s hottest trailblazing performing arts trends ever!
Every Sunday the doors open early awaiting your prompt 6:45 pm arrival. The show starts at 7 PM sharp. You don’t want to miss a single word or a single note that the Broadway Composer has put together.
If you are lucky, as an added treat, you might even be able to sample some of New York’ s world famous home made Banana Pudding during intermission. Over the decades, the pudding brand gained its popularity from the Banana Pudding Jazz Series at Nuyorican, a venue recently awarded $10 million for upgrading and renovations in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. We think the pudding brand should have its own IPO just like Sylvia’s in Harlem. So it is strongly recommended to arrive early enough for samples of the Banana Pudding or else you’ll have to wait your turn during intermission.
Eureka Lewis is the Writer/Director of her latest stage production, “What They’ll Remember,”
a compelling stage play with music featuring a professional cast of performers including, Tadaa, Rew Starr, Anita Purcell, Rachel Navarro, Nandanie Devi, Jessica Sylvester, Lia Homan and Nellanna Mupier.
Lewis has been in the entertainment business for more than sixteen years writing poetry, plays and short stories. She’s even acted in a number of plays, commercials and voice-overs.
Eureka’s earlier works have been seen in Michigan, Virginia and New York, adding to her credits her latest masterpiece “What They’ll Remember.”
Opening night is slated for Saturday, October 1, 2016 with a prompt 6 PM curtain call, staged at The Nuyorican, a popular venue located at 238 East 3rd Street in New York. Visitor’s and theater-goers should plan to purchase tickets before arriving as the opening night’s show is expected to have an overwhelming turn out. For more information or to purchase tickets visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/what-theyll-remember-tickets-27183931872
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