The DC Black Theatre & Arts Festival

proudly presents

Betty Entzminger's

Preacher Woman


An Elegantly Sophisticated Mature Woman who is no non sense when it come to her relationship with God.  The New church is the vision God gave Preacher Women however, what was left out was any and everyone would show up at the 5th month celebration especially in the community where the church was built.  Pimps, Prostitute, Homeless people.  Preacher Woman is filled with the word so she stands on the premises of faith not fear that God will wash away ALL sins until the pews start talking back to her and test her religion...





About the Playwright - Betty Entzminger


Playwright, Director, Actor, Model, Psalmist and 3rd generation Washingtonian.  Betty has a plethora of plays in her arsenal; just to name a few, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Colored Museum, Don’t Sing No Blues For Me,  movies most recent (I Don’t), In The Line of Fire, her single EP “A Window Was Open” is constantly moving up the Gospel charts.  She has been feature in Essence, AARP Magazine and on the Cover of New Homes Guide.  She is also a full time student at the University of the District of Columbia majoring in Music.  As the daughter of a Baptist Minister writing this play was written to honor my Mother’s memory and be reminded that Prayer Changes Things.  Whenever she does what she do…GOD gets the glory!



Ticketing Information

Date: June 23, 2017

Time : 7:00pm

Location: African American Civil War Museum - 1925 Vermont Ave NW Washington, DC