Genre: Drama
Written by Carolyn M. Brown and D.E. Womack

Love Shouldn’t Hurt. But Sometimes It Does. Join All In Black And White Productions and the Midtown International Theater Festival as FLOWERS: A Thorny Romance Story takes the Main Stage in New York. Inspired by the poem, 'I Got Flowers Today," this hard-hitting drama tackles the not so rosy side of relationships. Whether she’s a Fortune 500 wife and mother, a lesbian poet, a Christian first generation immigrant, or a teenager in love, whenever a woman is hit she gets a bouquet of flowers and apology. This is her story. FLOWERS is based on the real life experience of men and women dealing with contemporary issues ripped from today’s headlines. Don’t miss this theatrical exploration that intertwines vignettes, monologues, music, and spoken word poetry. From the playwrights that brought you The Engagement: A Snatch of Life In Three Acts. Flowers has been described as a communal marriage between Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girl’s… and Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues.

Open:   07/17/11
Close:   07/31/11

Sunday, July 17 @ 2PM
Monday, July 18 @ 6PM
Saturday, July 23 @ 7PM
Wednesday, July 27 @ 8PM
Sunday, July 31 @ 6:30PM
Theater:   Workshop Theatre Main Stage
Address:   312 W. 36th Street
New York City, NY 10018
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Buy Tickets Online or Call: Ovation Tickets at 866-811-4111