Master P Creates Hip-Hop Gospel Play About Hurricane Katrina

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Limit Records founder and rapper Master P. is taking his new Hip-Hop gospel play

on the road. The

play, titled Uncle Willy’s Family, features Terry Miles as Uncle Willy,

an ex-Vietnam vet who would do anything for his family, even the ones he doesn’t

care too much for. Willy,

who lives with his niece Jacky and her son Chris (Romeo), is forced to deal with

a home full of relatives, who arrive after being forced out of New Orleans after

Hurricane Katrina.Uncle

Willy’s Family is the first play from Master P, who stars in the production

with Romeo, Silk the Shocker and Miles. Marilyn

Harris, Percy Anthony Smith, Iovanna, Erica Pitts and others round out the cast.

According to

Master P. the play, which includes a gospel choir, offers country humor and inspiration.The

play will hit theaters in Meridian, Jackson and Greenwood Mississippi and make

a stop in Beaumont, Texas. Miller

said additional dates were being added in New Orleans, Houston, Baton Rouge, Los

Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, and New York.For

more details, visit www.unclewilly.com.The

following is a list of tour destinations for Uncle Willy’s Family:Sept.

7Temple

TheaterMeridian, MississippiShowtime: 7:30 p.m.Sept.

8 & 9Thalia

Mara HallJackson, MississippiShowtime– 8 p.m. Sept. 8Showtimes–

3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Sept. 9Sept.

10Leflore

County Civic CenterGreenwood, MississippiShowtime– 5 p.m.Sept.

16Jefferson

TheaterBeaumont, TexasShowtimes– 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.

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