Je'Caryous Johnson's "Married But Single" Selling Out Crowds All Over the Country!
Fans across the country are flocking to see "Married But Single", the latest hit stage play from entertainment mogul Je'caryous Johnson. Since March 2016, Johnson and his team of actors have played to sold-out crowds across the U.S.
This must see comedic drama features an All- Star Cast including LisaRaye McCoy (VH1’s Single Ladies), Chrisette Michele (Award winning R&B Sensation), Darrin Henson (Soul Food), Carl Payne (Martin), and Clifton Powell (Next Friday). This gifted, ensemble cast, among other riveting talents, come together to create the ever-entertaining Je’Caryous Johnson experience to tell the tale of what happens when “I Do” turns into “I did” and couples conveniently become Married But Single.
About the Show
Married But Single, the most recent production penned from the hands of critically acclaimed Writer, Producer, and Director Je’Caryous Johnson, follows Sharon Wilson, a successful and sultry woman in love with R&B sensation, Julian Johnson, who knows everything about singing about love and nothing about how to give it. So after three years of empty promises, Sharon steps out and maybe even steps up as an old flame walks into her life and gives her a taste of all the love she’s been missing.
About Je'Caryous Johnson
Johnson is no stranger to the entertainment industry. With over 14 years of experience in the performing arts, he has trained with such theater masters as Edward Albee, Jose Quintero, and Uta Hagen. He has directed some of the best theater legends, including Billy Dee Williams, Richard Roundtree and Louis Gossett, Jr. Today, Johnson is making his mark in the entertainment arena, becoming one of the most sought-after playwrights in the industry. His entertaining, thought-provoking scripts have attracted some of the biggest names in the business - celebrities who would love to star in one of his shows.
Known for adapting best-selling novels into plays, Johnson decided to branch out and write his own novel to go along with this play, Men, Money & Gold Diggers. The novel, which bares the same name, continues to receive rave reviews.
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