Walking By Faith by Donald B. Welch

This past weekend, I had the privilege of seeing an encore performance of Walking By Faith, a stage play written, directed and produced by Don B. Welch. This play is an experience that should not be missed. It tells stories we all have seen at some point in our lives. The acting in this play was phenomenal and the singing was inspirational. It will make you laugh and shock you but most of all you will be inspired. Don B. Welch has created hit that takes you to church and one that I hope he brings back soon.


Chocolate Storm’s “There I Said It”

Comedian, Chocolate Storm has led a life that many of us have and has chosen to share that life with us on stage. She shares her ups and downs and allows the audience to share the pain and confusion of a little girl who did not understand why. She brings the audience through many emotions in this one hour play.

The show was opened by Tasha Auset with her stirring poem “Mommy Dearest”. This spoken word artist is very talented and set the stage for Storm’s tale of abuse and coming out the other side a better person.

Karen Malina White’s directorial debut was a resounding success with the play ending in a standing ovation for Chocolate Storm and the team that helped her bring her story to life.

There are only two more shows left to see this show:
Stage 52
5299 Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016
Tickets are $20
http://www.inglewoodtickets.com or purchase them at the door.