I'll Be My Brother's KeeperSaturday, June 16
at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
In 2011 Raisin AJ Productions brought awareness to our community with the Hit Stage Play's "Don't Tell Daddy" & "Who Shot JR" and Radio Personality Miss Monique has written another Stage Play that tells a story of a family whose foundation is divided because of drugs, secrets, prejudices, and lack of faith. Meki, a young man that has seen his share of trouble and incarceration is being released from Juvenile Detention Center; but old habits die hard. He finds himself repeating old behaviors and hanging out with a well-known felon, which results in him making a decision that will change him and his family for the rest of their lives.The family drama continues as the on-going feud between Meki’s Mother and Aunt seem to never come to an end. Meki’s aunt surprisingly elopes with a man of the opposite race and Meki’s mother gets a new demanding job which means less time for Meki and his younger brother Chris, who would do anything to keep Meki out of jail. A collision of events is about to put this family’s faith to the testâ€¦ “I’ll Be My Brother’s Keeper” is a meandered combination of inspirational music, drama, family values, brilliant comedy, love and hope. With shocking twists and emotional turns which are reminiscent of similar events we’ve seen on the news, this is a production you do not want to miss! Auditions for male and females roles ages 16-60 of all ethnicities will be held in March by appointment only. Please call 706-664-6510 for more information. Also if you would like more information about sponsorships please call the number above or email email@example.com or visit raisinaj.com
Tickets: $23.50 - $27.50
Robert Earl KeenWednesday, June 27
at 7:30 p.m.
Singer/songwriter Robert Earl Keen in concert with special guest, solo acoustic artist, The White Buffalo. Robert Earl has built a reputation as one of the nation's finest musical storytellers, he has been guided by several self-imposed rules and traditions that are often the antithesis of music industry standards. It's a formula that has worked well for Keen since he began performing in 1981 and paving the way for a generation of songwriters and performers who make a living on the road. He paints musical portraits that are as vivid as sunsets over the great Southwest and stories that are as compelling and timeless as Cormac McCarthy novels. It's because of Keen's confidence in his work that he had the courage to abandon his tried-and-true formula while making his new Lost Highway album and 16th album release, Ready for Confetti. As a result, he has produced one of the finest albums of his career, and likely the most approachable one as well. He tackles such universal themes as losing love, living the best possible life and transcending this world into other spiritual realms.
Tickets: $14 - $24