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“Inspirational Stage Play Sweeps Across The United States”

There Is One In Every Family,
a spirit-filled inspirational stage play, is sweeping across the “United States”.
Houston, Texas, April 24th 2010 – It’s A Soul Stirring Message for Families!
Two Shows – 3:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.

MO’VET Entertainment will bring a power packed cast:

Jalene Mack
Jalene’s most notable projects include roles in Weinstein Company’s Hurricane Season starring Forest Whitaker and Isaiah Washington; KNWS Channel 51’s sitcom as Nicole As for Me & My House; Warner Brothers’ Mike Jones: The American Dream which premiered on BET and WB’s film Treasure in Tha Hood in the role of Sister Joyce starring opposite Reynaldo Rey (BET’s Comic View) and Katt Williams (HBO Pimp Chronicles, Friday After Next); as Dana Cady in the CBS Movie of the Week The Madam’s Family: The Truth About Canal Street Brothel, Jalene starred opposite Tony Award Winner and Academy Award Nominee Ellen Burstyn (Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore); and starred as Jasmine in her self-written/produced play, Off Hollywood: The Play, a performance that earned a standing ovation. And let’s not forget the role that made her a Houston entertainment icon, The Fiesta Lady.

Curtis Von
Igniting the stage, Curtis Von has performed in productions such as, Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married, Michael Baisden’s Men Cry in the Dark, It’s All in the Family, Bruised But Not Broken, and the critically acclaimed The Diary of Black Men: How Do You Love a Black Woman.

Wanting to reach a broader audience, Curtis Von expanded his talent to the big and small screen. Some of his film and television credits include Jason’s Lyric, Triple Cross, Barbershop Blues, Death of a G, and Ali: King of the World. He presently co-produce, direct and co-star in the soon to air sitcom, As for Me and My House. With a wealth of experience and a keen eye for talent, Curtis Von began to focus on directing. He Is, There’s One in Every Family, and Will a Man Rob God, is among a few of his successful productions.

Written by Nita Pittman, Barbara Hudson,
Directed by Nita Pittman
Produced by Dwight Jackson and Barbara Hudson

There is One In Every Family is an exciting and stimulating drama that positively accents the lives of four African-American men living in everyday America dealing with real person struggles. Love conquers all and time heals all wounds; but what happens when love is not enough and time runs out? The only common denominator that ties four brothers together is the love they share for their Mama Cora. The expectation at her funeral is for everyone to put their feelings and differences aside for one weekend so that their mother can be laid to rest. Easier said than done; for in the midst of mourning the brothers must dig deep to work through lies, betrayal and a family secret that is sure to tear the already grieving family to pieces.

This astonishing stage play will touch your heart and spirit as you identify with the characters discovery that life is too short and time is running out. Don’t let the candlestick maker blow your candle out with un-forgiveness running through your veins. Witness how once loving boys, now cold, hard men are once again guided by their Mama Cora to confront their past hurts and disappointments to become the men they are destined to be…after all…
… There is One In Every Family.

There Is One In Every Family will be presented, April 24, 2010, two shows: at 3:00 p.m. and & 7:30 p.m. at the Berry Center.

Tickets may also be purchased online at and at the event at the door.

For additional information on There Is One In Every Family, please contact Barbara Hudson at (866) 567-6336 or send your questions to

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