“Black Girl In Love With Herself: You Can’t Shame The Shameless” Tour Missions To Help Women Turn Their Mess Into Their Message
ATLANTA, GA, May 30, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Author, producer, and motivational speaker, Trey Anthony, proudly announces the 2022 “Black Girl In Love (With Herself)”: You Can’t Shame The Shameless Tour taking place in four major cities within the United States and Canada this summer. This tour includes a unique blend of monologues, music, comedy, and a motivational element presented and curated by the powerhouse herself. “It was important for me to have this tour because I know how it feels to be at rock bottom and seeing no way to get up from the bathroom floor. Amid the pandemic, I was newly separated from my fiance, raising a newborn baby, unemployed, “homeless,” and battling depression. I no longer recognized my so-called picture-perfect life. With this tour, I hope women learn that the only way to move forward in your life is to shamelessly look at the beginning. There is no shame in admitting that you are where you are because of some very poor decisions that were rooted in lack of self love,” says Anthony.
Stopping in cities including Los Angeles, Detroit, Toronto, and Atlanta, and highlighting social issues like mental health and vulnerability in black women, motherhood, love and intimacy, reinvention after trauma, etc., “Black Girl In Love (With Herself)” is more than just a simple book tour – but more so an experience for fans to heal, laugh, and grow through relatable experiences pieced together in a well thought out hour and a half long production. With Anthony’s experience in production and theater, “Black Girl In Love (With Herself)” is sure to set the new standard for book and speaking tours nationwide.
To see the full tour schedule and purchase tickets, please visit www.treyanthony.com.
As seen in NBC, ABC, and Forbes, Trey Anthony has been able to create a noteworthy career as an author, producer, and motivational speaker by sharing stories from her own life and years of intense therapy. Best known for her playwright’s, Trey’s sold-out hit production, ‘da Kink in My Hair, grossed millions and broke box office records across Canada, the United States, and England after it premiered in 2001. It was named one of the top ten plays in Canadian theatrical history and received 4 NAACP Theater awards, including Best Playwright, and continues to be produced on stages throughout North America. Going on to produce plays like How Black Mothers Say I Love You and receiving recognition like the Harry Jerome Award and Queering Black History Award, Anthony now utilizes the “Black Girl In Love (With Herself)” lifestyle brand to launch workshops, theatrical shows, merchandise, and retreats with the priority mission to connect with professional black women and teach them to reimagine and reinvent their lives on their own terms through art, humor, and a clear message of self-love.
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