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Will He Ever Be Mine?

An audience of 525 people attended the H&H Productions, Inc. gospel musical play, “Will He Ever Be Mine?” on Saturday, Sept. 22 at the Mt. Gilead Missionary Baptist Church. It was written by Lucy J. Hawkins, who also directed the play with Ruverta J. Holmes. Holmes also starred in the play.

H & H Productions is committed to supporting a non-profit organization each time they produce a show. Tentatively, they are planning to produce two plays in 2019. Due to circumstances beyond their control the food vendor had to cancel leaving them with not being able to implement a back up plan in enough time.

During intermission, Felcia Fortenot, 1st Lady of Jerusalem United Christ, Chesapeake, VA won the drawing for a porcelain doll.

If you have a passion for the stage and want a chance at acting, please feel free to contact H&H Production at (757) 334-1651.

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