On Saturday, May 14th, at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema, Atlanta dressed to impress as Ardre Orie presented the stage play, “The Heart Of A Man”. A sold out audience watched the first ever all-male cast perform monologues and soliloquies reflecting the thoughts, desires, and frustrations of men.
The Heart Of A Man, was a unique live stage production that revealed the eye-opening and sometimes harsh truths on dating, marriage, sexuality, domestic violence and love, from the male’s perspective. The production lead attendees on a journey of self-discovery, triumph, inspiration, and encouragement.
Ardre Orie, writer and director, created “The Heart Of A Man” to develop open conversations between men and women that would improve relationships. “Women easily talk about their emotions and feelings however, men are not conditioned to easily share their feelings. This play allows women the opportunity to listen as men speak on a variety of issues such as cheating, healthy marriages, sexuality and religion.”
Photo credit: Genae Banks Photography