W.A.T. Interviewers Phillitia Charlton on her encore stage play - The Death of a Lie

March 2, 2020

 

Word Around Town interviews Entrepreneur, Author, and Believer Phillitia Charlton on  The Stage Play - The Death of a Lie.

 

The Death of a Lie - The Play is an emotional, heart pounding, soul stirring theatrical performance comprised of works from Philllita's book The Death of a Lie. The Death a Lie is a poetic journey from foster care and abandonment to becoming unapologetic in her strength and self confidence.

 

The Death of a Lie, the book is a poetic diary which exposes the lies women tell themselves in search of happiness. In her debut title, Phillitia Charlton boldly expresses her experiences with love, pain, heartache and worthiness. From childhood to college, her words take you through her journey to discover and embrace self-love. This college memoir diary shares the important message: making mistakes does not make you a mistake.

 

About the Artist: Phillitia Charlton believes in hope and the power of resilience. She uses her storytelling and poetry to share her story and inspire others. While only 2% of foster care children earn a bachelor’s degree, Phillitia exceeded the odds by completing and excelling in multiple graduate-level programs. Phillitia has been recognized as a National Urban School of Excellence Leader and a rising star. She is a passionate author, life coach, artist, and educator. Phillitia’s faith and fundamental approach to embracing her past are the tools she uses to empower others. Her book, The Death of a Lie, is a poetic diary which exposes the lies women tell themselves in search of happiness.

 

Get your ticket through Eventbrite.com

 

Phillitia was one of the artists selected to receive grants through the 2018-19 Artist Opportunity Grant program!

 

Thanks to generosity of Care Source we are able to provide over 100 free tickets to at-risk youth and families in foster care.

 

FAQs

NO TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR!

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

This event is for youth ages 13 and up.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Charlton Charton Publishing can be reached at 937-995-0900 or info@charltoncharton.com

 

Please log on www.charltoncharlton.com for information.

 

This is 20 minutes of a 40 minute video interview with Phillitia Charlton. I will release the full interview on March 19th at www.buytheblockblack.com.

 

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