Antoinette Hall makes her Proud Mary Debut in Stuck


Antoinette Hall

Greenville actor Antoinette Hall makes her Proud Mary Theatre Company debut in Stuck by Paris Crayton III, kicking off the company’s #BlackQueerLivesMatter Series on January 29-31, 2021.

In this drama set in Atlanta, Jacob Charles has just received news that his girlfriend of three years is expecting their first child but he can’t seem to stop having dreams about someone else. He tries to unpack all of these thoughts through therapy. Little does he know that his therapist (Lilly) is going through her own problems trying to manage a relationship with a married woman.

Antoinette is excited to be making her Proud Mary debut! You have probably seen her onstage and behind the scenes of many Upstate productions such as Family Christmas Spectacular and Let The Good Times Roll (Mauldin Cultural Center), The Cake (Tryon Little Theater), A Raisin in the Sun (Greenwood Community Theatre), Intimate Apparel, Little Shop of Horrors (Centre Stage). She hopes you enjoy this wonderful show!

Stuck features a cast of five incredible artists including Latreshia Lilly, Kristofer Parker, Hall, Ava Davis, and Schuyler Carson.

Streaming begins Friday, January 29 @ 8 AM and ends Sunday, January 31 @ midnight. This is a FREE event but registration is required on Eventbrite to obtain streaming information. Donations to Proud Mary can be made Here.

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