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STAGE TUBE: The Cast of LOVE'S GONNA GET YOU Talks About What Love Means

J'Nointed Entertainment and writing/directing/producing team James and MichEle Woodson bring you their award-winning inspirational stage play "Love's Gonna Get You" just in time for Valentine's Day. Performances will be at the Roy Arias Theatres for one weekend only, February 11-12, 2012.

"Love's Gonna Get You" is an inspirational stage play based on the true story of six singles and their search for true love. When soulmates Nate and Jasmine meet, fall in love, and get engaged all within two short months, their best friends - Nikki, Jessie, Pablo, and Pete - try to convince them that they're moving too fast. But when Nate and Jasmine ignore their advice and move forward with their wedding plans, issues arise and their friends are forced to come to terms with their own relationship failures. Will their friends' insecurities and misconceptions about love ultimately bring the new couple down? Or will Nikki, Jessie, Pablo, and Pete gain a newfound hope in the power of love?

James and MichEle Woodson are a husband-and-wife writing, directing, and producing team originally from New Brunswick, NJ. Michele is an actress who has performed in a number of theatrical productions including "A Time Since Yesterday" by Cathryn Stanley, "Freefall" directed by Vondell Richmond, "Church Folk, God Folk," by Melissa Huggins-Muhammad, and "Best Kept Secrets" by Robin Baker. James is a former talent manager and current law student at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey. He also serves as CEO and President of J'Nointed Entertainment, a talent management and entertainment Production Company. Together, their work has been featured and honored at the National Black Theatre Festival, the Love Unlimited Film Festival, and the D.C. Black Theatre Festival.

To learn more about the playwrights, visit www.jamesandmichelewoodson.com. To purchase tickets to the show, visit http://lovesgonnagetyou.eventbrite.com


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