‘Getting Pass Ugly’ coming to Rockingham


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Contributed photo Starring in the upcoming play “Getting Pass Ugly” on Saturday at the Leak Street Education and Cultural Center in Rockingham will be, left to right, Lucille Gaddy, Shelia Raye, Christopher Powe, Rachel Melton and Jackie Sturdivant. Cast members not pictured are Anthony Clark and T.J. Marshall.


Special to the Daily Journal

Contributed photo Starring in the upcoming play “Getting Pass Ugly” on Saturday at the Leak Street Education and Cultural Center in Rockingham will be, left to right, Lucille Gaddy, Shelia Raye, Christopher Powe, Rachel Melton and Jackie Sturdivant. Cast members not pictured are Anthony Clark and T.J. Marshall.
http://www.yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Play.jpgContributed photo Starring in the upcoming play “Getting Pass Ugly” on Saturday at the Leak Street Education and Cultural Center in Rockingham will be, left to right, Lucille Gaddy, Shelia Raye, Christopher Powe, Rachel Melton and Jackie Sturdivant. Cast members not pictured are Anthony Clark and T.J. Marshall.

ROCKINGHAM — L&L Productions will be continuing its tour of the stage play “Getting Pass Ugly” on Saturday, July 18 at the Leak Street Education and Cultural Center, located at 1004 Leak St.

Tag along with Sharon in this comedy-drama to find out the “ugly” truth she desperately wants her mother to admit to and apologize for, especially since it has kept her oppressed, ashamed and in denial for nearly two decades.

Although Sharon finally decides to confront her mother regarding an unspeakable event that took place when she was just 12 years old, she is in for a big surprise once her mother digs a little deeper to uncover the unspoken truth.

This play was written not only to entertain, but also to teach how to patiently “get pass ugly.”

“This play is about love, being innocent, having innocence stolen, healing, forgiveness and being forgiven. You will see how ugly is all played out and how we all have experienced some kind of ugliness in our lifetime,” said Lucille Gaddy, owner of L&L Productions. “The play has received great reviews from Anson County residents, and now the play will be coming to Richmond County. We hope that everyone will come out and enjoy the show.”

The production, which organizers say is not only funny but has twists and turns, will begin at 6 p.m., but the doors will open at 5 p.m. to give attendees the opportunity to check out several vendors prior to the show.

Tickets can be purchased now for $10 or for $12 on the day of the event. To purchase tickets online, visit https://ticketriver.com/event/16003.

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