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3: Black Girl Blues

A Special Engagement

This exciting play is a tale of three close friends - Keisha, Jill and Stephanie - who grew up together and now at thirty years old are confronted with facing their demons. Keisha, an urban socialite, has her life crushed when she realizes her long-term boyfriend has had a child with another woman. Jill, a housewife in denial, admits to her husband’s betrayal. Stephanie, an executive in the upper-echelon world, has to face the core of her mental illness. 3: BLACK GIRL BLUES meditates on the ways we choose to present ourselves and the forces that cause us to come clean.

Danielle will be doing talkbacks on Thursday, June 15th and Friday, June 16th.
Danielle Moné Truitt stars as Sergeant Ayanna Bell in “Law & Order: Organized Crime” the latest installment of Dick Wolf’s successful “Law & Order” franchise on NBC. Truitt was hand-picked by the late John Singleton for the BET series, “Rebel,” in the title role of Rebecca 'Rebel' Knight, and starred in Fox's drama series "Deputy" alongside Stephen Dorff. Truitt hails from Sacramento, California, where she studied theatre and dance at Sacramento State University before moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career in television and film. Truitt has been nominated for two Ovation Awards for "Dreamgirls" and "The Mountaintop," for which she was also nominated for an NAACP Theatre Award. She created a dynamic one-woman play called“3: Black Girl Blues” that she produced and performed in to sold out audiences in Los Angeles, New York and most recently Sacramento. Other stage credits include: “In The Heights,” “The Legend Of Georgia McBride,” “Aida,” “A Raisin in the Sun” and“Hair.” Truitt has guest starred in television series including "Snowfall," "Super Fun Night" and"Mulaney." On the film side, she performed the body movements and facial expressions for Princess Tiana, as well as voicing Georgia, in Disney's "The Princess and the Frog." Off screen, Truitt started the Be. Eternal: The Thriving Artist Series that serves the artistic community by providing emotional and spiritual support. Truitt is the proud mother of two sons and splits her time between New York City and Los Angeles.

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