Hit Stage Play Mrs. Independent Is Coming To The Greensboro Coliseum!

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Stage Playwright Priest Tyaire is bringing his baby here to Greensboro, NC. The Greensboro Coliseum is hosting Tyaire’s  highly-acclaimed drama “Mrs. Independent.”

The story line addresses a husband and wife who are equal in the marriage, until the wife gains a promotion and start to make more money than her hunny. The husband and wife’s relationship suffers because of the shift in status. 

The play stars Robin Givens, Christopher Williams, Shirley Murdock, Tony Grant, and the writer himself…Priest Tyaire. Here’s the synopsis…..


Can a woman still be submissive to her husband and allow him to lead her household if she is the primary breadwinner? Does the role reverse? These are the questions explored in Priest Tyaire’s critically acclaimed stage play, “Mrs. Independent.” While Trey, maintains an honest and respectable salary of $40,000 a year as a head mechanic, his wife, Carleena, climbs the corporate ladder as an attorney and advances to a six figure salary. This creates not only a financial imbalance but also raises a question of Trey’s intellectual compatibility in Carleena’s mind and pushes their once equally yoked marriage further off course. With such a significant gap in their salaries it becomes increasingly impossible for Trey to satisfy his wife and this leads to a downward spiral of emotional and spiritual conflicts in their relationship.
Sounds like a whole heap of drama. Not only we have a cast with some acting skills, but there’s a few who can SANG. I’m definitely getting MY ticket.”Mrs. Independent” will be featured at:The Greensboro Coliseum
1921 W. Lee Street
Greensboro, NC

Contact phone number: 336-373-7400

Showtimes are Sunday April 13th at 3:00 pm and at 7:30 pm.

For ticket info, visit ticketmaster.com. Right now, the prices are varying between $39.50 and $42.50.

Come on out and let’s support Mr. Tyaire and his much talked about stage play.

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