The hit stage play, Twana Bond-Jones’ Game Over, (www.gameoverstageplay.com) opens Sunday, April 22, 2012 at the historic Carver Theater, 1631 4th Avenue, Birmingham, AL 35203.
Nadine and Travis are a married couple who find themselves in a struggle against time and the lack of attention. She’s a sassy, professional who wants it all and he is a blue collar, ruff neck, addicted to PS3. On their one, very rare, same day off, she is eager to spend time together, but she just can’t seem to get him away from the game. She gets fed up, which ultimately leads to his awakening or their demise.
Game Over is a Dramedy you don’t want to miss! It will pull on your heartstrings and tickle your funny bone!
Game Over is an exciting new family play written by Author, Playwright, Poet and Artist, Twana Bond-Jones. It focuses on the marital relationship, christian values and the need for communication. It is the story of a woman who has an emotionally distant spouse due to his growing addiction to video gaming. The play takes an in depth look as they attempt to tackle their challenges. Through a display of Christian values and principles, Game Over depicts the union of two individuals, each with a different set of expectations concerning marriage.
“Creativity needs to be shared and that is why it was so important to me to write and bring such a unique and compelling story to the stage. Gaming addiction is a growing cause of divorce in this country and choosing to tackle this issue, in this manner, is my attempt at giving a voice to the many people who are going through it and who may feel alone”, said Twana Bond-Jones.
For tickets and more information about Game Over, visit www.gameoverstageplay.com.
Twana Bond-Jones, (November 14), born and raised in New York City, is a nationally acclaimed novelist, owner of the Poetic Art Press Publishing House and Founder of the Essence of Color Annual Art Show. Twana has had many achievements such as being featured in the 2011 Who’s Who’s in Black Alabama, a successful art exhibit entitled “Haiti Lives” at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and recipient of the 2011 Best in Minority Business Award. She created the Poetic Art Press: Annual Writer’s Symposium as well as the Annual Alabama Book Fair.