If These Walls Could Talk - The Stage Play
Saturday, May 26, 2018 6:00 PM
2 hours, including 15-minute intermission
All human beings desire to be loved and accepted. It doesn't matter if we're a woman, a man, a girl or a boy. Our life experiences are the same. The only difference is the details that are specific to us as individuals and our life’s journey. We all experience pain, joy, tears and laughter. We all have fears, goals, desires and aspirations. But what drives us? What motivates us? What inspires us? What is the object of our hope? The answer is love. Love is the driving force behind our existence. We were all created in love, by love and for love. While the paths to experiencing this love may be different, the ultimate destination for us all is LOVE!
If your walls could talk what story would be told about your journey to love? What depths of pain and fullness of joy would be revealed? Come and meet Mother Mabel Blackstone, a Bible School Teacher at "Truth Not Tradition" Fellowship Church and her beloved Sheila, Tiffany, Christine, Brandon, LaTanya, Stanley, Deacon Kingsley, KeKe, Rev. Boone, Brother Calvin and Thelma Jenkins, who all paint her walls with their life's experiences, which are not very different from your own. Oh yeah, the walls at 212 Vernon Place are about to talk and you’ll want your seat as we journey through revelation to restoration!
About CJ Productions
CJ Productions is a faith-based company dedicated to producing projects that encourage, educate and empower its customer base. The birth of CJ Productions happened in the latter part of 2016 when Ceola J, Abram took 8-pages from a yellow 8.5x11 notepad she had written some 8-years earlier, in what would be her first stage play “From Female to Woman to Lady.” The story was based in part from her childhood experience and her relationship with her beloved grandmother.
Female to Woman to Lady debuted at the Empress Theatre in Vallejo, California on Saturday, May 13, 2017 to a packed-out house and was hugely successful. CJ Productions continues today with two more projects slated for 2018; a new stage play, If These Walls Could Talk-The Stage Play, which will be a trilogy and Ceola's first motion film titled “I Know”, taken from her first book, “I Know It Was the Blood: A Story of Overcoming.”
Ceola J. Abram is a creative writer who draws her readers and listeners into her stories by her unique way of expression. Over the years she has captured the ears and hearts of audiences of different platforms via her poetic writings, cd series, books and other published works and her nationwide speaking engagements. To learn more about Ceola J. Abram you're invited to visit her website at www.ceolajabram.com. You're also encouraged to visit www.female2woman2lady.com to learn more about Ceola's first play.
Seniors (62 & Over): $35
Youth (Under 18): $35
No convenience fees - Save time later - buy online now.
If a show is General Seating - that means first come first served. You cannot pre-select your seats.
About Our Seating
Orchestra – Rows A through H
All Seats are on the ground level and are accessible entirely without stairs. Seats are comfortable, ample legroom and no obstructions Wheelchair patrons (and companions) are asked to call the ticket office to order tickets.
Loge – Rows J through Q
These seats are in the first 8 rows upstairs. While considered very desirable, each seat has a divider in front that can be considered an obstruction for people who are less than 5’tall. We do offer booster seats, so please let us know if this is a requirement.Seats are comfortable, ample legroom and no other obstructions.Access to the Loge Level requires patrons to walk up as much as one flight of stairs depending on the row selected.
Opera – Rows R through Y
Like many seats in some of the great theatres in San Francisco, our Opera Level seats are challenging for people who are 6’ tall or more. Leg room is tight. If this presents a problem, call us to see if we have any seating that may be more accommodating. Access to the Opera Level requires patrons to walk up two flights of stairs.
All seats in rows J - Y are accessible only by using the stairs. The higher the rows alphabetic designation, the more stairs are required to reach it. We do not have an elevator.
Row H in the orchestra has 8 wheel chair spaces as well as companion seating. Please do not request seats that are designated as Wheelchair or companion seats unless you or members of your party require that type of seating. Call to order wheelchair seating.
Wireless listening assistance devices are available. Please ask for a device at the box office.