What’s Good In South Jersey? ‘Papa May Have’

By: Isaiah S. Showell, Follow South Jersey Multimedia Journalist/’What’s Good’ Host

Actors rehearse for the opening of the play “Papa May Have” by Ty Lewis at Rowan College of South Jersey — Cumberland. Photo credit: Isaiah Showell.

South Jersey, are you ready for a theatrical experience? An original play? Well, Ty Lewis’s “Papa May Have” is hitting the Rowan College of South Jersey –Cumberland’s stage Friday, February 10 at 7p.m.

The play features actors Darryl Thompson, Jr., Salimah N. Davis, Julian Tubman, Jai Surles, and Myles Cream. It is directed by Ty Lewis and co-directed by Arthur Leo Taylor. 

Be prepared to hear about an African American family who has seen their share of family ups and downs, and through it all still remain a family. It’s definitely What’s Good in South Jersey this week!

Tickets are available here.

“Papa May Have” will be performed at RCSJ-Cumberland on Friday, February 10 at 7 p.m.

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