The DC Black Theatre & First World Theatre
Land of Promiscuity
Ever since high school, Rebi Lucas has not led a discreet lifestyle. She has grown accustomed to using her body as a bargaining tool. Although more than a few men have known her physically, only one man has dared to love her as a true friend. Now Rebi must return to her hometown after her mother's death to face that man.
William Donovan is now the assistant pastor of Grace Apostle Methodist Church, adjacent to her family's home estate. He's devoted to helping Rebi heal old wounds and rediscover her passion when she returns home. As they are settling her mother's estate, Rebi and William unearth a generational curse that threatens to dismantle their carefully built love affair.
The Land of Promiscuity is a story of unrequited love that will leave you wondering whether there are circumstances that make it impossible for even love to survive.
Meet DCBATF Alumni Sherryle Kiser Jackson:
Multi-published author and career educator, Sherryle Kiser Jackson brings her Soul-Satisfying brand to the content she creates. Her triumphant debut novel, Soon and Very Soon (2007) was followed up by five other traditionally published novels. She has gone on to self-publish several titles under her own imprint as well. Her first stage play, “Battle of Wills,” debuted as part of the 2015 DC Black Theatre Festival where she will make her 2017 return with her new play, "Discarded". Sherryle pursues her passion of creating content for the screen, stage and television..
Date: Friday - June 28, 2019
Time : 7:00pm
Location: African American Civil War Museum
1925 Vermont Ave NW, Washington, DC