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Confessions of a Good Man featured at DC Black Theatre Festival

The new stage play, “Confessions of a Good Man” will be featured during the DC Black Theatre Festival 2014 at the Ira Aldridge Theatre on the campus of Howard University on Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 8 p.m. (2455 Sixth St. NW, Washington, DC 20059).

“Confessions of a Good Man” has been performed several times before  sold out audiences over the past year
Walking on Water (WOW) Productions; used with permission

Confessions of a Good Man” has been performed several times before sold out audiences over the past year and has been described as “invigorating, uplifting and inspiring… a play that touches you so deeply that all you can say is WOW”. “Confessions of a Good Man” is an inspirational stage play that gives a glance into the mind and the struggles of a man. The production tells the tale of three brothers who grew up in the same household, but ended up with three vastly different lives. Each of the brothers takes their own path to try and become like their father, the epitome of a good man. Although the goal seems to elude them all, each of their paths lead to the same place...home.

Synopsis: Family secrets, lies and love both bind this family together and also keeps them bound. Will the ultimate confession free these brothers or destroy the very essence of who they are? As this story unfolds it is guaranteed to enthrall, stimulate and entertain audiences. The truthful, hilarious, thought provoking, and realistic situations coupled with soulful original music.

WOW Productions was the 2013 winner of the Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival Best Stage Play Director Award for their play “Yesterday is Still Gone.” The DVD of the play was picked up for national distribution and was recently released by Maverick Entertainment. The DVD is available online from several retailers including Walmart, Best Buy, Amazon and others. For more information about WOW Productions visit

Tickets to Saturday’s show are only $15 and can be purchased online via the DC Black Theatre Festival website

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