Grammy-Award Winners and Gospel Greats Lowell Pyle, Ann Nesby and Damita Chander, alongside inner-city Milwaukee talent, star in “Agape Love” Stage Play at the Pabst Theater on January 13, 2018.
The 2018 Pabst Theater season kicks off with the highly anticipated stage play “Agape Love,” produced and directed by Mz Kim Productions duo Kimberley T. Zulkowski and Stephen Gregory Curtis. Located at 144 E. Wells St. in Milwaukee, WI 53202, on Sat., Jan. 13, 2018 at 6 pm, doors will open for a night where award-winning artists will share the stage with Milwaukee’s very own budding talent, handpicked from the 53206 zip code. All talent will walk the formal, red carpet at 5 pm with the show to follow promptly at 7 pm.
The power-packed cast includes Grammy Award-winner and Men of Standard Gospel group member, Lowell Pye as Pastor Agape Love; Multi Grammy award-winner and Fighting Temptations actress Ann Nesby as the Mother of the Church; Grammy Award-winner and mega Gospel artist Damita Chandler (formerly Damita Haddon) as Audrey the Choir Director; Terrell Lewis as prophet Freeman; Demark Reed as Deacon Darren; 53206 actress Imani Brown as Lovely Love, the Daughter and Praise and Worship Director; filmmaker Kimberley T. Zulkowski as secretary Ruth; 53206 actor Cornelious Gill as accountant Jerry; Nadine Young as Sister Margie; and 53206 actor Erick Perkins as Lovely Love’s boyfriend. Alan Zulkowski (Producer/Writer), Tory Lowe (Producer) and Joshua Nickel (co-producer) also comprise production.
Agape Love Synopsis: Pastor Agape is the most passionate and entertaining preacher around. But he is unaware that he’s prideful, self-serving, and leading his church down the wrong path. One day Agape meets a mysterious, reverent young man, Freeman, who fervently tries to show Agape that he must change his ways. Freeman shows him how far he has turned from the man of God that he once was, but Agape is resistant and the saints of the church are furiously unwelcoming to Freeman. Eventually, the message gets through to Agape and he vows to change his ways, even if it kills him.
Chock-full of comedy, singing, and praise, “Agape Love” is sure to take its guests down memory lane with its old-school gospel singing and preaching and new school contemporary praise and worship. An experience to remember will be had by all, as this one-of-a-kind cast will be seen for the first time together in the heart of Milwaukee, before traveling with the production through the South later this year.
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