This play promises a roller coaster ride of drama penned by Dr. Elaine Brown Spencer!
See the story of a woman who was recently married and her husband who has been hired as the new Musical Director at church. His mandate is to revive the choir; he delivers as the church is brought to a higher level of praise and worship. In an anticlimactic presentation, Melody of Deception will entertain, enlighten, intrigue, and inspire the audience.
The newly wedded Humble Helen returns with her husband Jessie who has been hired as the new Musical Director at church. With a mandate to “bring back the choir”, Jessie delivers as the church is brought to a whole new level of praise and worship. Bishop laments as the direction of the church is not what he wants it to be and everyone is taken off guard when some dire series of events unfold that finds the church locked in a web of deception. There’s no Sister Sarah to the rescue in this one. Something has triggered her past, a secret she will need to confront once and for all.
Melody of Deception brings together some of the finest actors and singers for another ground breaking storyline.
Matthew Rapley, as Jessie
He has been singing in the church from a young age and continues to bless others with his tremendous gifts. Matt has appeared in TV ad commercials and is a new cast member to Kaleo Productions.
Cheryl Morgan-Fowler, as church muse, Humble Helen, Sis Florence, and Evg. Maude
Cheryl is a native of Jamaica, former teacher and well known for her talent in comedic skits and as a master of ceremony. Cheryl sees Kaleo production’s as a “lifeline”, which unmasks the truth to allow us to “Get Real”. She has performed in over 18 shows and counting.
Gregory Green, as The Bishop and Small Imp
Awarded Best Actor in the 2004 Caribbean School’s Drama Festivals, Gregory Green has always had a natural knack for the arts.
Diahann Walcott, as Sister Sarah and Narrator
Diahann Walcott, a new comer to the theatrical stage in 2010 and is very purposeful about her relationship with God.
Aadin has established himself primarily as a Singer/Actor, performing with some of the world’s best; Patti Labelle, Mariah Carey and Deborah Cox and has appeared in the Hit Broadway productions such as Disney’s The Lion King, Dreamgirls, and most recently Ragtime.
Alex Koski, as Brother Larry, Gabriel, Big Imp, Doctor, and Johnnie
Alex has performed in a variety of dramatic productions, including his portrayal of Ebenezer Scrooge in a church-based adaptation entitled An Apostolic Christmas Carol which he wrote and directed.