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Once again, this is Kenya of FAM Entertainment, wanting to thank you for reading my emails regarding events, real estate avenues, credit consulting, films, plays, etc that I have produced throughout the years. Some of you know me from the "Election-Night celebration event. I am the owner of FAM Entertainment Theater Company which focuses on Achievement and Motivation through Entertainment.
October 10, 2009, I will present my final Chicago run of my hit inspirational play. “The Cycle”
The performances of the play “The Cycle” will be held at the Museum of Science & Industry for two shows only with a start time of 3:00–500 p.m. and 7:00-9:00 p.m. Tickets are $25.00. If you purchase tickets before August 1, 2009 you can buy 3 tickets and get 1 free.
“The Cycle” is a theatrical trilogy based upon four women, one maintenance man and one young girl who illustrates an awakening that provides us with a reason why every individual acts, thinks and chooses different paths in life. This is what we call a “Cycle”. It represents the reoccurring issues in ones life that won’t let go of you. We form habits of living through heredity, education, society and even friends.However, the true definition of change is a release from one’s past that develops into an innovative mind for your future. Therefore a renewal of the mind must take place in order to completely break the often at times destructive series of life.
"The Cycle" will provide: Provision for needs, long-suffering for habits, joy for sorrow, strength for the weak and assurance for the strong.
My productions focus on the breaking of many societal, generational, and self-inflicted cycles in one’s journey that must be broken in order to progress in life. FAM implements a complete array of educational instruments that identify certain issues and provide key solution opportunities that can be incorporated into our daily lives.

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Comment by Stacie on May 30, 2009 at 1:45pm
Also, I will plan to get my tickets in the month of July.

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