ABOUT...

A Summer in 1993 in Spanish Harlem finally reveals the secret past of Cuban-American cardiac nurse Negra Centron. A childhood secret torments the life and stifles the growth of a beautiful woman. The ancient religion of the Yoruba people of Nigeria, known as Regla de Ocha and Santeria in the Diaspora, is the engine behind this supernatural mystery thriller. This African-evolved religion, with its magic, is the backdrop for this tale of love, hate, deceit, betrayal, forgiveness, and hope. Magic, ritual, and destiny are the threads unraveling this gripping, edgy, mystery/thriller.

Pressured by a suspicious mother, a strange bed-fellow, and an amorous co-worker, Negra battles to keep a childhood secret from unraveling while the African gods seek justice...

Thursday, October 23, 2014

THROWBACK THURSDAY

Cast members and I from the Off Off and Off Broadway productions of "A Wound In Time".  A play never dies.  It goes on forever and is brand new with each new cast, each new venue, etc.  Folks who have seen the play, though anxious to see the film version, inquire about the return of the play in hopes of taking a friend or relative who has yet to see it.  Yes, the play shall return one day...
Off Off Broadway production at Nuyorican Poets Cafe circa 2010

Post show outside St. Lukes Theatre at closing night of the Off Broadway production circa 2012

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Check out Frankie Ramos, cast to play Tony Perez in the feature "A Wound In Time" in: TRAILER OF FRANKIE RAMOS IN "THE HARDEST LOVE"

ALAN LIDDELL REPRISES ROLE AS CHEE CHEE IN FEATURE "A WOUND IN TIME"

Alan Liddell reprises his role in the feature film version as the "original" Chee Chee from the Off Off Broadway run of "A Wound In Time" at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe back in 2010.  Chee  Chee is the gay best friend of Negra and is none to pleased, and equally perplexed about her relationship with Mr. Tony Perez.


Tuesday, October 21, 2014

PRINCIPAL CASTING COMPLETED FOR THE FEATURE FILM

Cardiac nurse Negra Centron has a childhood secret and is pressured by her suspicious mother, "strange bedfellow" Tony Perez, and an amorous co-worker. Her unlikely lover, Tony Perez, is caught in the middle, as his fiery jealous "girlfriend" Lourdes, is in hot pursuit and dead on his trail up in Spanish Harlem! Negra is played by Anissa Smith, Tony is played by Francisco Ramos, and Lourdes is played by Irma Cadiz, who reprises her role from the stage version, in the indie feature "A Wound In Time".


The eccentric, overly concerned mother, Millie Centron, seeks the counsel of the neighborhood Santera, Iya Carmen, regarding her daughter Negra's relationship with Tony Perez up in Spanish Harlem! Millie is played by Tina Moore and Iya Carmen by Wanda Colon in the indie feature "A Wound In TIme".





Introducing Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Vico from East 
Harlem's Little Italy in the feature film, "A Wound 
In Time". Bobby Vico, Tony Perez' best friend and "partner in crime", played by Evan Davis, and 
Barbara Vico, his "Italian Princess", played 
by Michelle Lamelza. What a lovely couple!





Wednesday, October 15, 2014

MEET FRANKIE RAMOS CAST AS TONY PEREZ IN THE FILM "A WOUND IN TIME"

Casting still not complete on the adaptation of my Off Broadway mystery thriller and upcoming indie feature, "A Wound In Time" . Whereas the stage play had 9 characters, the film will have 24 speaking roles, not to mention the many non speaking roles. There will be some familiar faces from the play and new faces in the film. Introducing the male lead, Frankie Ramos, as "bad boy", Tony Perez.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

WHEELS IN MOTION AS WE SLOWLY EASE INTO PRE PRODUCTION!

Completing casting and organizing a crew.  Have a doable budget figured out. Shoot schedule begins after holidays! FINALLY!!! "Where there's a will, there's a way!"

Monday, September 15, 2014

UPDATE!

The workshop production of the 2nd play of my trilogy, "Silk Stockings and a Bible" was a blast.  Lots of fab photos on my other blog.  After I do revisions on the script of the 3rd play "Wild Child" and go into rehearsals for its workshop production I will have a table read of the revised screenplay of "A Wound In Time" to be attended by and videotaped for potential investors and present supporters of the film.  Projecting to begin interiors filming throughout the Winter and complete during Spring 2015.  Stay tuned...

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

A SHORT HIATUS COMING UP!!!!!!!!!

Looking forward to taking a "breather" from writing, producing, and directing for the month of September after the performance of play #2 of my trilogy on Wednesday. In October I will begin revisions of play #3 and produce it late November/early December. Thus I would have fulfilled my goal of having each play workshopped before year's end in preparation for all three plays to go up in the same run,possibly Off Broadway early 2015. I hope to begin filming my feature end of this year as well, God willing.

Sunday, August 10, 2014

MORE BAD GIRLS!

Sass n' class coming August 27th as we jazz it up with the 2nd installment of my trilogy of so-called "bad girls", about a chorus girl set during the Swing Era in Harlem and Atlantic City for one performance only! Tickets $25 in advance/$30 at the door.  "SILK STOCKINGS AND A BIBLE" TICKETS

Saturday, July 26, 2014

"A WOUND IN TIME" HAS PEAKED INTEREST OF INVESTOR/BUYER

In talks with an interested party who realizes the money making potential of this story worldwide.  However,  for me, it is not all about making money.  Remember, I am an "artiste" and a cultural activist... Not a wannabe filmmaker! Stay tuned...

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

THANK YOU LADIES!!!!

OMG! THANK YOU TO MY LEADING LADY FROM "THE GRINDER" MICHELLE LAMELZA, AND MY JUNIOR HIGH CLASSMATE LINDA HAIMANN FELDMAN FOR THEIR DONATIONS TO MY FEATURE FILM FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN! SO SWEET OF THEM! 

Thursday, June 19, 2014

MANY THANKS TO Maria Rodriguez and Eugene Hyon FOR CONTRIBUTING TO " A Wound In Time: The Feature Film"!

Friday, June 13, 2014

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!

MUCHO GRACIAS MARIA RODRIGUEZ FOR BREAKING THE ICE ON THE CAMPAIGN FOR "A Wound In Time: The Feature Film"! We can't wait to get the DVD into your hot little hands!!!



Monday, March 31, 2014

HARLEM ARTS FESTIVAL FINAL SCHEDULE!

Just got the final schedule for our presentation 

at the Harlem Arts Festival in Marcus Garvey 


Park on Sunday, June 29th from 5:30-6:30. I'll 


present the entire first scene of my new play, a 


Swing Era drama set in Harlem; a scene from 


my Off Broadway mystery/thriller and upcoming


 feature film set in Spanish Harlem; and a 


scene from my historical Creole drama set in 


1800's Louisiana.  Hope to see you there!

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

WOW!!!!

Back from Italy where I was on a quest to find my Bohemia!  I am happy to report I have found it.  I am back and ready to go into rehearsal for my 3 new plays, and begin pre production for the feature film, "A Wound In Time"!  More good news is that scenes from 3 of my plays, including "A Wound In Time" have been accepted into the Harlem Arts Festival in June!  Great jump start for what's to come! Stay tuned...

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

PRODUCTION OF THE FEATURE FILM IS ON THE CALENDAR FOR 2014!

UPDATED PROJECTED TIMELINE FOR THEATRE AND FILM PROJECTS:
Feb/March-Staged reading of "Silk Stockings and a Bible"
March/April-Rehearsals for "The Grinder"
April-Showcase Production of "The Grinder", Pre-production begins for "A Wound In Time" the feature film (1st production meeting)
May-Rehearsals for "Silk Stockings and a Bible"
June-Showcase Production of "Silk Stockings and a Bible"
July-Staged reading of "Wild Child"
August-Exteriors for "A Wound In Time" the feature film, Rehearsals for "Wild Child"
September-Showcase Production of "Wild Child", Principal photography of "A Wound In Time" begins
October/November-Rehearsals and 2 week run of entire trilogy "Women You Thought You Knew"

Tuesday, August 13, 2013




NEW PROJECTED TIMELINE

Although I am officially on hiatus my mind keeps thinking and planning ahead.  I wonder how long it will be before I finally surrender to this "hiatus" and pick up one of my unfinished scripts to complete it?  But I have decided that once I return from Europe I shall go into pre production of the feature film "A Wound In Time". Pre production takes lots of planning so I will have time to showcase "The Grinder" and mount "Blood Makes The Red River Flow" Off Broadway for a limited run.  At least that's what my mind is telling me. In January I will officially end my hiatus and we shall see what we have... Stay tuned.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

KINDA ON SELF IMPOSED HIATUS... TRYING TO BE!

I am on a self imposed hiatus from all my creative dabblings until January.  After producing and directing 2 projects every year for the past three years using my own resources I must regroup and deal with "me".  Thus, I can return with sleeves rolled up and ready to deal with the many things I have planned.  In my hunger for all that is cultural and artistic I plan on heading over to Italy and maybe take a peek at France to recharge my batteries.  What's on the menu when I return?

I really want to begin a program of arts and cultural immersion for our endangered Black and Latino males, where I would give them an opportunity at hands-on experience helping on productions as well as treat them to the theatre, museum, etc.  I also plan on showcasing "The Grinder", and go into pre-production of the feature film version of "A Wound In Time".  Looking to bring my Creole drama into the schools, have more dinner theatre productions, and eventually to the Off  Broadway stage.  And finally complete the two remaining plays of the trilogy "Women You Thought You Knew".  

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

TAKING A BREAK TO PREPARE FOR GREAT THINGS AHEAD!

After a much needed hiatus I plan on moving forward with new projects as well as remounting old projects.  Look for a late November, early December return where I'll be putting the wheels in motion.
-Showcase "The Grinder"
-Off Broadway and more Dinner Theatre Events for "Blood Makes The Red River Flow"
-Pre-production of feature "A Wound In Time"
-Complete Trilogy "Women You Thought You Knew"
All not necessarily in that order...

In doing what I love and with major sacrifice, I must take care of myself to rejuvenate and prepare for the great things ahead.  Stay tuned...

Saturday, July 27, 2013

THE CRITICS HAVE SPOKEN!

MARK SAVITT REVIEWS STEPHANIE LYNN WILSON'S "BLOOD MAKES THE RIVER FLOW" AND THE CREOLE THEMED DINNER

Wilson Exclusive Talent Productions presented a very special Creole dinner theatre event at the exciting gallery/food space Culturefix on 9 Clinton Street near Houston St. A scrumptious three course dinner was followed by Stephanie Lynn Wilson's play "Blood Makes the Red River Flow". The appetizer was black-eyed pea fritters with (heavenly) crawfish cream. The main course featured Chicken and okra gumbo, dirty rice, skin cracklings, and homemade hot pepper sauce. The sausage studded dirty rice was the most delicious rice I've had in ages and the okra was tasty but not slimy. The desert pina colada cake with pineapple rum glaze and maraschino cherries alone would have been enough to completely satisfy me.

Ms. Wilson's play which she also directed and played the significant wise maternal figures Guma and Yaya, explored the rich culturally diverse milieu of Louisiana pre and post Louisiana Purchase. Beautiful black women had the best chance for a financially secure future if they could secure a protector at a special ball. Lizette (Christiana Blain) attracts Ferdinand (Ron Rivera) a wealthy owner of a plantation in Cuba. Her mama (Ms Wilson) is an astute businesswoman who makes sure to get favorable contracts assuring that the property will pass to Lizette and any future generations. A subplot involves Lizette's friend Marie (Krystal Hill) who must flee to Mexico with her brother who was caught passing for white. Another subplot involves an escaped slave Rebeau (Chuk Obasi) who, as a freeman works for Ferdinand and Lizette. Rounding out the cast is the mother's French friend played by Al Roffe. Becoming part of the United States compromised the former freedom of the heterogeneous colored population of Louisiana, but as Ms. Wilson showed they often found ways to help each other with the relatively privileged (Lizette) helping the not so privileged: Rebeau and her friend Marie.. The combination of Creole dinner with this rich history play worked wonderfully to enhance each other. I hope this dinner theater combo gets another chance to enchant a wider audience. If they do get another chance, perhaps some minor technical issues can be addressed. The background music was too loud, often swallowing the dialogue. Long pauses made the scene transitions awkward, especially because we were all eagerly waiting to find out what would happen next. As Natasha and Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 has shown, New Yorkers love dinner theater, so look out for this one when it comes around again.
HAPPY FACE

EVA HEINEMANN'S RESPONSE:
I completely concur with Mark Savitt's review of show and food.
I want to thank Fractured Atlas for fiscally helping to produce this unique event and Ari and Cole of Culturefix for the beautifully presented and delicious food. I kept thinking of John Guare's "A
Free Man of Color" done at Lincoln Center awhile ago which dealt with the same subject of what happens to all the free people under Spanish and French rule in the Louisiana Purchase territory that gets destroyed by joining the United States with their horrible slavery. This was even better as it was from the female point of view. It's a very gripping story.
Unfortunately some of the accents were a bit thick that made it hard to understand the dialogue on top of the loud background music.
The costumes by Angelina Scantlebury were gorgeous. A very talented cast brought this steamy story to life.
CLOSED

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

EXHALING!!!

Well, again it has been another year of whirlwind of creativity.  Sunday, I remounted my Creole historical drama "Blood Makes The Red River Flow" as a dinner theatre event.  We performed it up close and personal in the round.  It was an amazing experience.  In attendance were 2 theatre critics, and a producer.  The official review will air on July 27th but I was assured by the critics that the review would be a positive one.  Everyone loved it including the venue's staff.  Performing in the round is like performing in the middle of an energy center with emotions swirling about.  

Now that that's done I shall take some "Me" time and resurface in November and set wheels in motion to begin pre-production, and showcase one of my latest plays.  Stay tuned...

Sunday, June 30, 2013

AFTER THE STAGED READING OF MY LATEST PLAY AND DINNER THEATRE EVENT COULD AUDITIONS FOR THE FEATURE BE FAR BEHIND?

...Question I'm asking myself as I continue to create and happily build bridges.  The more my work is unveiled, the more bonds are formed.  I should take a breather before moving on to the next phase of bringing the feature film "A Wound In Time" to the world.  I had planned on working on a degree in Communication and Media othis Fall.  Being that I am ahead of the game in that subject and it is an online course, I don't think it will interfere with my projects.  I've filled out my application, written my essay, but have yet to submit it.  I've just been procrastinating.  In fact, I am looking forward to taking the course for self fulfillment more than for a degree.  

So I'm projecting auditions sometime in August or September and take it from there...  Oh yes.  I'll be mounting the showcase of my latest play, which will have a staged reading today, at some point this year as well.  Guerrilla tactics all the way!  Stay tuned.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

ENTERTAINMENT PIONEER AND DEAR FRIEND HAROLD CROMER PASSES

I met legendary entertainer Harold Cromer in 1999 when I was a bartender on Broadway.  He held court at the famous Barrymore's watering hole and we shared many good times there.  He saw something special in me and always encouraged me to get back on the stage.  God am I gonna miss his impersonations and dirty jokes!  
Me and Harold in August of 2011

One thing I knew for sure was that Harold wanted to tell his story, and I am glad to see that his grand-daughter is taking on the task.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

A LITTLE CUBANO FLAVOR

Monday, May 20, 2013

And the work continues...

Sunday, May 19, 2013

CREOLE DINNER THEATRE EVENT CLICK TO GET YOUR TIX!

Eventbrite - A CREOLE THEMED DINNER THEATRE EVENT

Those spicy Creoles are back to share that delicious historical drama loved by all during their run Off Off Broadway.  This time bigger and better, and with the assistance of CULTUREfix, they add Creole cuisine to the mix and lots of fun!  Mark your calendars for July 21, 2013 for a treat.  Remember to reserve tickets must be purchased by July 7, 2013.


Saturday, May 18, 2013

PROJECTED PRODUCTION SCHEDULE FOR 2013-2014


Very excited about the projects that I have lined up this year.  I am committed and will to continue to use my personal resources and "resourcefulness" to present projects that inform as well as entertain.    The road is long and hard but with passion I can make it happen... Again!  

-June 30, 2013-Staged reading of "The Grinder"

-Summer 2013-Staged reading of "Silk Stockings and a Bible" and "The Wild Child"

-Fall 2013-Shoot fundraising teaser for "A Wound In Time" the feature film.

-Fall 2013-Off Off Broadway series of all my 5 plays called "The Wilson Women:Phoenixes Rising" which will include the debut of my trilogy "Women You Thought You Knew: "The Grinder", "Silk Stockings and a Bible", and "The Wild Child"; "Blood Makes The Red River Flow"; and "A Wound In Time"

Fall/Winter 2013-Fundraising Events

-Spring 2014-"A Wound In Time" the feature film set for production.



Sunday, May 12, 2013

CONGRATS RON AND CLARENCE!


Congrats to two members of the Off Broadway cast of my supernatural mystery thriller, "A Wound In Time", Ron Rivera and Clarence Leonard Jr., in the upcoming film "Pocket Full Of Nickles".  Ron is Producer and Clarence plays the role of "Mr. Burns" in the film.  Clarence was cast in the role after the film's Director saw him in my Off Broadway production.  Check out the official trailer!


Monday, April 29, 2013

TAKING SUBMISSIONS FOR FEATURED TALENT FOR FEATURE FILM

No decision on a Director yet but taking submissions for featured and supporting talent.  Aiming for a September shoot of the fundraiser teaser.  Very unique events planned.  Great perks to be offered. 

Friday, April 26, 2013

STILL HOLDING FOR DEVELOPMENT...

Setting the stage with name talent on standby, distributor given the heads up, scouting locations for teaser shoot, and fundraising ideas...  Team and talent should be selected and on board by Summer.

IMPOSSIBLE TO DO WHEN YOU SACRIFICE FOR YOUR ART! I HAVE NO REGRETS...


Tuesday, April 16, 2013

UPDATES FOR SUPERNATURAL MYSTERY THRILLER STAGE PLAY AND FEATURE FILM

Hola!  Preparations are taking place to provide scripts to prospective directors for the feature film of "A Wound In Time".  Afterwards will begin the process of interviews.  It is hopeful that the filming of a teaser for fundraising will happen by September, and production to begin in Spring 2014.  I am so looking forward to the fundraising stage as I have some nice juicy perks to offer which are also tax deductible.  There will be events, and perks such as featured roles, sitting on set with the director and producer, film credits, and more!  

Let us not forgot the gripping stage play of "A Wound In Time", for it shall return.  It is the same story but very different from the film.

So stay tuned and follow us on Twitter to stay informed!




Friday, April 5, 2013

LA PLAZA IN MATANZAS, CUBA CIRCA 2011, A SETTING IN "A WOUND IN TIME" CIRCA 1957

This is a video of La Plaza or the marketplace in present day Matanzas, Cuba.  It is the location of a scene circa 1957 in which a young Millie sees the love of her life, Ruben Centron, for the first time in the screenplay adaptation of  "A Wound In Time". She was a poor girl who longed for a beautiful dress she admired there.  Ruben, a property owner purchased the dress for her.  They eventually fell in love.  It was probably very different back then, with plentiful products.  But I'm sure the vitality of the marketplace remained the same .

Sunday, March 31, 2013

THE CREATIVE'S NETWORK

THE ORIGINAL IYA CARMEN STARS IN TYLER PERRY'S NEW FILM

The lovely mega talented and true artiste, Ella Joyce, who played the role of Iya Carmen in the first staged reading of  "A Wound In Time" years ago, is starring in Tyler Perry's new film "Temptation".  I can't wait to see it as Ella never disappoints.  

That's Ella at the Atlanta screening

SETTING THE STAGE FOR DEVELOPMENT AND FUNDRAISING!


"A Wound In Time", the feature film, is about to go into development with production projected for Spring 2014.  The search for a Director is in progress.  I will co-direct. Stay tuned for the opportunity to pre-order a special limited edition DVD and to appear as featured cast, and to watch the action up front on set with producer and director.  These opportunities and more will be available as part of our fundraising campaign kicking off this Summer.  Stay tuned...



Saturday, March 23, 2013

CREDITS AND MORE...

FROM THE OFF BROADWAY PRODUCITON

Photo by Lee Wexler from the recent Off Broadway Production with Alzie Rejouis and Stacy Griffin

Thursday, March 21, 2013

TIME FOR DEVELOPMENT!


This edge-of-your seat tale is in development for the big screen.  Directors and producers submissions are being reviewed and then the fun begins! The story is the same as the stage play but the screenplay is VERY different.  Think of  "Carlito's Way" meets "Goodfellas" meets "The Believers".  I've just added dialogue to some of the many featured roles.  Look for possible familiar faces and names to appear.  Production projected 2014.

Of course the show must go on and hoping to squeeze in another stage production Off Broadway this year. Stay tuned...

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

RIP FRED SEQUIERA

A friend and supporter of Wilson Exclusive Talent Productions, Fred Sequiera has succumbed to cancer.  It is yet another person who appreciated my work who has been taken by this disease.  That will make it three friends in 5 months!  He attended both "A Wound In Time", "Blood Makes The Red River Flow", and their readings.  He will be sorely missed with his sarcastic humor and sweet manner.  
Fred with the cast of "Blood Makes The Red River Flow" RIP


Thursday, January 17, 2013

HAPPY NEW YEAR! THINGS ARE POPPIN' LIKE CHAMPAGNE CORKS!

As the dust settles from the whirlwind Off Broadway run of "A Wound In Time" I have resumed writing plays I had begun.  I've decided to instead create a trilogy of plays about women we "think" we know.  Stay tuned...

I've been asked to be part of a team as writer and advisor for a feature film by someone who has seen "A Wound In Time".  Feeling honored to have been approached by this person who I know has many options.  Stay tuned...

Dates for Off Broadway production of my Creole drama, "Blood Makes The Red River Flow", alternating with the return of "A Wound In Time" TBA depending on availability of venue and cast members.  Stay tuned...

Sunday, December 16, 2012

"A Wound In Time" Revisited: Social Issues On Stage and Off 12/16 by Stephanie Wilson | Blog Talk Radio

"A Wound In Time" Revisited: Social Issues On Stage and Off 12/16 by Stephanie Wilson | Blog Talk Radio

Don't miss this one! 1pm ET Sunday 12/16! Remember if you miss it live listen in on demand anytime! Guest Gyavira Lasana and I discuss the politics around skin tone and the performing arts! This could get sticky!

FINAL BOWS AT A WONDERFUL CLOSING NIGHT!









Friday, December 14, 2012

FOLLOW ME!




Tuesday, December 4, 2012

RIP EDGAR MALDONADO!

Congero extraordinaire Edgar Maldonado!  Wega!
Our wonderful conga player in "A Wound In Time" has passed on.  Edgar Maldonado was a cancer survivor who had been battling the disease for years.  I asked him to play congas not just to add a nice touch to the play but because I knew if he did what he loved and was good at it could possibly take his mind off his illness and give him something to look forward to.  I am glad he had a chance to do just that, passing over exactly 2 weeks from closing night!  God bless you and mucho gracias!

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

OUR "CHEE CHEE" GETS CAST IN A FILM!

Clarence Leonard Jr. as Chee Chee
Just got great news that the cast member who played the character Chee Chee in "A Wound In Time" just got cast in a film by someone who saw his performance in the show closing night.  Congrats to Clarence Leonard Jr. on landing the gig and for a job well done!

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

BOOM!!!! WHAT A CLOSING NIGHT!!!


What can I say?  After everyone slowly recovers from the malaise from hurricane Sandy, I can at least say "A Wound In Time" went out with a BAM!!!!  What a lovely turnout for the final performance.  I so appreciate each and everyone who came out during this hectic holiday week.  It meant so much to the cast and I.  Your kind words well remain in my heart forever...
Alzie Rejouis and Stacey Griffin tearing up the stage (literally)

Our guy on congas, Edgar Maldonado
Edgar Maldonado, Alzie Rejouis, Al Roffe, Clarence Leonard Jr., Ron Rivera, myself, Stacey Griffin, and Star Davis outside the theatre

Al Roffe, Clarence Leonard Jr., our Costume Designer Angelina Scantlebury,
Ron Rivera, and Alzie Rejouis in the dressing room
Cast's last bows.  Bravo!

Monday, November 19, 2012

MUCHO GRACIAS LEE WEXLER!!!

Just got the photos taken by theatrical photographer Lee Wexler.  I spotted his work online one day and found out who had taken the most haunting photo.  Thanks Lee for donating your time and energy and for being you!  Glad you liked the show!
Weez Tomlinson as Iya Carmen the Santeria Priest

Weez Tomlinson and Star Davis as Millie Centron the busy body mom

Alzie Rejouis as Negra Centron and Ron Rivera as bad boy Tony Perez

Ron Rivera, Clarence Leonard Jr. as Chee Chee, and Victor Cuenca as Tony's partner in crime Bobby Vico

Stacey Griffin as the self important Clinton Williams

Victor Cuenca and Irma Cadiz as the fiery jealous Lourdes

Ron Rivera

Irma Cadiz

Star Davis

Alzie Rejouis and Bryan Essing as Dr. Todd Turnbull Adams

Clarence Leonard Jr. and Alzie Rejouis in club scene

Alzie Rejouis
Stacey Griffin, and Alzie Rejouis
Alzie Rejouis
Weez Tomlinson

Weez Tomlinson

Clarence Leonard Jr., and Stacey Griffin

Irma Cadiz, and Ron Rivera