Set in 1950s Bronzeville, Louise Parker is facing eviction from her home. Desperate to keep her independence and status, she is introduced to a lucrative performing opportunity. While attempting to keep this new venture a secret, she simultaneously gains popularity, risking being exposed to and disowned by her mother. After being offered a promotion, she is left with two choices, become the headliner, or allow her family to lose everything.
Charles A. Honeywood, stage name “Honey Padre” is a poet, screenwriter & recording artist born and raised on the south side of Chicago, IL. Since the age of eight years old, he’s been blessed with the ability to create music and has since then developed a niche for writing screenplays that leaves the audience wanting more.