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‘For Better or Worse’ Dinner Theater returns for encore performances

8/11/2017, 6 a.m.
Romantic Comedy Performances are scheduled for Saturday, August 26 and Sunday August 27, 2017 at OGOT
Playwright Ursula V. Battle holding a “For Better or Worse” Playbill (from right) with supporters Vashtied Battle-Brown, Tyiese M. Battle, Koreatha Cumberbatch and Barbara Pickett. The hit stage play returns for encore performances on August 26 and August 27, 2017 at One God One Thought in Windsor Mill, Maryland. For tickets, visit: www.battlestageplays.com or call: 443-531-4787. Courtesy Photo

Romantic Comedy Performances are scheduled for Saturday, August 26 and Sunday August 27, 2017 at OGOT

After sell-out shows in February this year, Ursula V. Battle’s “For Better or Worse” returns for encore performances Saturday, August 26, 2017 (1 p.m. and 6 p.m.) and Sunday, August 27, 2017 (3 p.m.).

Presented by Battle Stage Plays, the hit play takes place at the One God One Thought (OGOT) Center for Better Living located at 3605 Coronado Road in Windsor Mill, Maryland. Rev. Bernette Jones serves as Senior Pastor. The event includes both the stage play, and a delicious dinner catered by Charm City Caterers.

Cast members of For Better or Worse: Adulterous Anna, (Mayae “Mimi” Jones), Sister Geraldine ToPhaze (Tonya Brown), and “Gossippin’ Gertrude” (Ursulla Waters)

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Cast members of For Better or Worse: Adulterous Anna, (Mayae “Mimi” Jones), Sister Geraldine ToPhaze (Tonya Brown), and “Gossippin’ Gertrude” (Ursulla Waters)

Written by playwright Ursula V. Battle and directed by Dr. Gregory Wm. Branch, the hilarious, yet biblically-themed production centers around what happens when two feuding mothers Sister ToPhaze/Sister Two-Faced and Sister Sudie Snooty, place a friendly bet to see whether or not their children Clayton and Theresa will walk down the aisle.

The production drew sell-out audiences and rave reviews earlier this year. The returns engagement includes the addition of hilarious new characters and material.

Battle and Branch’s previous productions include Ursula V. Battle’s My Big Phat Ghetto FABULE$$ Wedding, DisChord in The Choir, and The Teachers’ Lounge. Battle is a journalist and writes for The Baltimore Times, while Dr. Branch serves as the Director of Health and Human Services for Baltimore County and is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Unified Voices (UV) of Johns Hopkins.

Tickets are $35 up to August. 13, 2017 and $40 after August 14, 2017. VIP tickets are also available for $50 (Reserved Seating and Gift Bag). Tickets are limited. Call 443-531-4787 or visit: www.battlestageplays.com for more information.