Watchout workforce and stand back CEOs--Madea’s coming! “Tyler Perry’s “Madea Gets a Job” comes to Liacouras Center May 18-20
Atlanta– LIVE on stage at the Liacouras Center, May 18 – 20, it's Tyler Perry's Madea Gets a Job starring Tyler Perry. After an overwhelming demand for this stage appearance, the ol' broad gets back in action. It's laughter and superb entertainment out of this world!
In this performance, hard times (and the judge) caught up with Madea and she is forced to come out of retirement to go to work. Still on probation, Madea is not a star candidate for employment, no way, no how but she has to fulfill her community service obligations. In Tyler Perry's Madea Gets a Job, Madea's unconventional job highlights an inevitable situation we must face – getting old.
You will find that nursing homes can put a strain on family relationships and discover the hardships some families encounter after making that most important decision for our loved ones. Madea, lady of wit and wisdom brings out the best of a situation (and there are a lot of situations in this production.)
She will always tell you the truth whether you like it or not. With so many twists and turns, you will never figure out the ending. Be prepared to hurt yourself laughing.
This production reaches the pinnacle of sheer entertainment. The show is exhilarating and indescribable with a very high-spirited and uplifting performance from a collection of talented and exceptionally seasoned cast. You will hear the cast crooning out soul stirring songs one right after the other. Check it out – you already know what to expect from a Tyler Perry production!!!
Tickets are available at the Liacouras Center Box Office or online at www.liacourascenter.com.
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