Andrew Flagg On His Role In The Anticipated Stage Play 'Soul Purpose'

Andrew Flagg

Andrew Flagg

Soul Purpose is set to be a hit on the stage in Dallas, Texas, from April 27 to April 29 at the Black Academy of Arts and Letters Inc.

SOUL PURPOSE tells a story of five strong and powerful African-American women from different walks of life that, through an unexpected sisterhood, they develop an unbreakable spiritual bond. Their heartfelt journeys and purpose, while all different, find that they are traveling in the same direction. They all discover that it’s not their struggles that define them, but how they overcome.

The play is presented by Williamson Media group, and written and directed by Chericia Curtis.

Today’s Purpose Man sat down with a few of the male  cast members  to get insight on their experience of being a part of the play.

Q: What does SOUL PURPOSE mean to you and what was it that made you want to audition to be a part of the SOUL PURPOSE stage play?

Andrew: It means allowing the power of God to Lead me for his good pleasure “To be awakened for your original design purpose.”

Q: Tell us a little bit about your character.

Andrew: Uncle Ike is a successful, retired, and wise man who’s God-fearing… A family man raising his niece after the death of her parents.

Q:  What’s rehearsal like for you? 

Andrew: Family of choice: After a long day at work, you’re tired. However, to walk into that room and feel the energy of all these gifted people breathing life into this story, it’s powerful.

Q: Is there anything about your character you personally can relate to?

Andrew: The God-fearing Family Man being endowed with Wisdom Concerning life issues.

Q: What message are you hoping your character will send to the audience? 

Andrew: That You! Yes, you have a purpose no matter how old or young you are! We are all “Banks,” making a deposit in the lives of someone else. What will be your deposit?

Don’t miss the opportunity to be in the audience.

SOUL PURPOSE will be performing at the Black Academy of Arts and Letters Inc. at 1309 Canton St, Dallas Texas from April 27 to April 29 at 7 PM daily.

Tickets are available at Ticketmaster-

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