He's an outstanding and respected English professor at Wilmington University. He's from Los Angeles, California. He's not only a professor in English, but an individual who understands and appreciates struggle. His adverse trials and tribulations inspired him to be better, tirelessly encouraging others to put their best foot forward in the uncertain game called life. His upcoming stage play "Black Jobs Matter" discusses challenges Black people face such as "barriers to employment," starts February 25 at 7:00 PM at the Baby Grand in Wilmington, Delaware. DNN encourages you to fork out the money, bring your family, friends, and coworkers to this inspiring play that will touch one sensitive topics people of color face today in Wilmington.
'Worth the $ to See Attend His Play at Baby Grand Wilmington'
Gregory knows adversity firsthand. Relocating from Los Angeles to Delaware in the 1990's, his experience of coming up in the city of Los Angeles inspired him to get into screenplay writing. His stage plays are designed to educate and mentor people on the pitfalls of life and how to avoid life's hidden traps; dangers ranging from hanging around fake friends, avoid going certain places, the importance of avoiding gang membership, and more. Morris' stage plays are guaranteed to stir up emotion and satisfy audiences in anticipation for his future plays.
Long story short… You don't want to miss this upcoming play on February 25, 2016 at the Baby Grand in Wilmington, Delaware. Share this post with family and friends on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Instagram.
Visit his website @ AWilmingtonExperiment.com.
A PLAY BY GREGORY LLOYD MORRIS | DIRECTED BY ANDRE JONES
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