Anthony Brown Stars in Stage Play “Momma’s Boy”

Multiple award-winner Anthony Brown adds another credential to his belt – actor. The premier singer, songwriter will make his acting and singing debut on the national tour of “Momma’s Boy,” a stage play written and directed by Priest Tyaire.Fans will get to see Anthony sing his hit songs as well as act in a part written specifically for him. Brown will play the role of Kyaire Williams. Kyaire, a pastor, is the older brother of central figure, Nasir Williams a well-known drug dealer and felon in the community. While Kyaire and Nasir are total opposites, Kyaire sets out to change his brother’s life. Brown steps into the role with his natural talent and real life experiences.“I’m so grateful to join the cast of ‘Momma’s Boy.’ My character does his best to save his brother from a hard life in the streets … works hard to lead him to Jesus,” Brown said. “This role is perfect for me because it reminds me of my mission in real life. It doesn’t matter where you come from … when you have Jesus it becomes more about where you are going.”Come journey with critically acclaimed national touring playwright Priest Tyaire and his all-star cast starring Johnny Gill, Robin Givens, Nephew Tommy, Jackeé Harry, Shirley Murdock, Lil “G” from the R & B group “Silk” and many more as they amuse you with this heart felt, real life drama that will take you on an emotional roller coaster.“Momma’s Boy” will tour nationwide starting thistonight September 7 in Columbia SC. Other cities include Atlanta GA, San Antonio TX, Kansas City, MO, Philadelphia, PA, Baltimore MD, and several more. For dates, cities, tickets and more please or continues to celebrate his top selling album “A Long Way From Sunday,” which continues to be heralded as one of the best gospel albums of this year. The album debuted at Number 1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel chart and continues to impact a wide range of audiences.

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