Marcia Samuels Productions Presents TELL HELL I AIN'T COMIN', Opens 9/15

By: Jul. 20, 2010
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Marcia Samuels Productions is proud to present the nationally acclaimed musical, Tell Hell I Ain't Comin' at the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College in New York City. Opening Night is September 15, 2010. Returning to New York City due to overwhelming popular demand following showcase performances in Brooklyn and Queens, Tell Hell I Ain't Comin' is a thrilling Broadway caliber musical that has entertained and inspired audiences during it's eighty-seven performances across the U.S., including performances in Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, and Atlanta.

Tell Hell I Ain't Comin' is a thought-provoking journey that introduces characters from everyday life and chronicles events that led to their assignment to Hell. Some you expect to see there while others will surprise you. The musical explores the spiritual journey of a devout man of God who appears to have passed away and arrives Heaven's Gate, where he discovers he must enter another gate that leads to Hell. While in Hell, he meets a series of colorful characters who all have a story to tell as to why they don't belong in Hell, and if given a second chance, their earthly life will be different. Through a series of emotionally charged scenes, comedic encounters, moving songs, and dazzling dance numbers, our man of God discovers hope and his glory. For more info:

Performances: Wednesday, Sept. 15 @ 8:00 pm; Thursday, Sept. 16 @ 8:00 PM; Friday, Sept. 17 @ 8:00 PM; Saturday, Sept. 18 @ 7:30 PM; and Sunday, Sept. 19 @ 4:00 PM.

Tickets are available at , or by phone at 212-352-3101. Ticket are prices from $65.00 to $35.00. Discounts are available for students. Group discounts are available.

Tickets are also available at the Kaye Playhouse Box Office, East 68th Street betwen Park and Lexington Aves., or you can call the Kaye Box Office at 212-772-4448.

Marcia P. Samuels is a published writer of poems, short stories, and articles. Four of her stage plays have been produced, and seen by thousands. She has also done many work-for-hire, re-writes, and ghost-writings of stage plays, screenplays, movie treatments and lyrics.

Interview inquiries with Marcia P. Samuels and press tickets: Please call Michael Martinez at 845-201-8820

Listing Information:

Location: The Kaye Playhouse
695 Park Avenue

The Kaye Box Office
East 68th Street between Park and Lexington Aves.

Subway: 6 Train to 68th Street / Hunter College


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