The PocketBook Monologues Hits The Stage At Malcolm X College
CHICAGO… As a part of its 10-city tour, The PocketBook Monologues is hitting the stage of Malcolm X College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago, 1900 West Van Buren, on Thursday, March 25th at 7pm.
The 10-city tour is an exciting partnership with Black Entertainment Television (BET) Networks’ award-winning Rap-It-Up HIV/AIDS Campaign and PocketBook Communications, LLC. Following the Chicago production, the tour continues toLittle Rock, Atlanta, Kansas City, MO, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, and Orlando.
“As executive producer of The PocketBook Monologues, I, like BET’s Rap-It-Up Campaign, share a commitment to educating young adults about the impact of HIV/AIDS in the Black community,” explains Sharon McGhee, author of The PocketBook Monologues.
In 2009, The PocketBook Monologues took Atlanta by storm on The Real Housewives of Atlanta in the second season of the heavily-viewed reality series on the Bravo channel. In Episode 8, under the direction of McGhee, ATL housewives Kandi Burress and Lisa Woo Hartwell, performed several excerpts from the book before a sold-out audience.
For more information on The PocketBook Monologues or for booking information, go to www.pocketbookmonologues.com or look up Sharon McGhee on Facebook.
About The PocketBook Monologues(
Sharon K. McGhee, award-winning journalist and author, has compiled a collection of stories from women of color who reveal their heartfelt emotions about intimacy. Exploring sexuality and sexual responsibility, their stories are brutally honest, funny and poignant. Inspired by Sheryl Lee Ralph’s, Sometimes I Cry and The Vagina Monologues, McGhee keeps the African-American female perspective front and center. From menstruation to menopause, women are sharing as The Pocketbook Monologues brings awareness to intimate secrets and HIV/AIDS.
Contact: TPBM, 773.960.6148; www.pocketbookmonologues.com