Washington, DC (BlackNews.com) -- Capitol Hill Supportive Services (CHSS) presents a special Washington, DC showing of "Love In A Day," as a part of the organization's Grand Opening & Ribbon-Cutting Gala. CHSS, along with Tenacious Productions and award-winning author Darryl James will present an evening of art, music and theater with the hit stage play "Love In A Day" in Washington, DC on May 17 at 7pm and again on May 18 at 4pm.
Capitol Hill Supportive Services Program, Inc., (CHSSP) has a proud 20 year history of providing services to individuals with developmental disabilities. Their programs and residential home are located in the historic Capitol Hill area.
The Overall Mission Of Capitol Hill Supportive Services Program, Inc. (CHSSP) Is To Enhance Opportunities And Experiences That Encourage Decision-Making And Independence For Individuals With Development Disabilities.
The Grand Opening & Ribbon-Cutting Gala will introduce the program to the Greater Washington, DC area, while also delivering an evening of high quality entertainment to board members, supporters and the general public. All ticket sales benefit this powerful community organization!
"Love In A Day" is a story of love in the age of troubled relationships and is a powerful presentation of people in love holding on to love through daunting challenges. If you believe in love, you will believe stronger, but you will believe. Each couple in the play is seeking to rebuild their relationship on a relationship retreat lead by a relationship coach and his assistant, working through their difficulties to find love. The atmosphere, the discussion and the vibes spark chemistry as each person falls in love in a day.
The play is written and directed by Darryl James, an award-winning author ("LA Riots...Revolution"), lecturer, syndicated columnist and the publisher of Tenacious Books, a boutique publishing house for self-publishing authors. James has lectured for the National Council of Negro Women, the National Urban League, The Black American Law Students Association (BALSA) and the NAACP, in addition to radio stations, colleges and universities across the nation. As a relationship coach, James has provided relationship insight for Ebony Magazine, the NAACP, the National Urban League and the National Council of Negro Women.
The production will continue to create fundraising opportunities for community organizations.