Two plays from the African-American touring circuit will roll into Ovens Auditorium, 2700 E. Independence Blvd., over the next couple of weeks.
"What My Husband Doesn't Know" runs Saturday at 3 and 8 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m. David E. Talbert, who wrote the screenplay for "First Sunday" and the plays "Love in the Nick of Tyme" and "The Fabric of a Man," wrote this drama.
It's about a woman with a seemingly perfect life, though her husband spends too much time in his office and too little in their bedroom. She gets interested in a handsome young foreman assigned to work on their house, and the marriage is threatened. Brian White and Michelle Williams star. Tickets run from $29.50 to $34.50.
"The Gospel Game Show" comes in for one 8 p.m. date on Feb. 14. Queen Irene and Joe "Buck" Johnson star in this Xavier Zsamani comedy with music, which is about two families chosen as contestants on "The Gospel Game Show."
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They are challenged with biblical questions for a prize of a million dollars, though the money will either complete a happy home or cause family strife. O'Neal Moore, Tamra Bradshaw and Keisha Minor Russell co-star. Tickets are $25.