Greenville actor Latreshia Lilly plays a therapist with her own issues in Proud Mary Theatre’s 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.
Stuck features a cast of five incredible artists including Lilly, Kristofer Parker, Antoinette Hall, Ava Davis, and Schuyler Carson.
Lilly is originally from Folsom, LA. She graduated from Northwestern State University of Louisiana with a BS in Theatre, double concentrating in Musical Theatre Performance and Performance/Directing. For the past three years she has graced the stage at Greenville Theatre as a Resident Company Member. Before joining the upstate theatre community, she toured with Missoula Children’s Theatre, after that she lived in Texas, working for several theatre companies in the Dallas/Fort Worth area all while teaching after school drama classes. She is very pleased to be a part of this production and series with Proud Mary Theatre. Her hope is that this show allows the viewers to truthfully examine their lives, beliefs, and perceptions of themselves as well as others. Do All Things In Love!
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.