Lipstick Monologues Sets Stage On Fire with Dynamic Performances and Couture Fashion Show In Atlanta

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Atlanta, GASeptember 15, 2015 – Author and Playwright, Ardre Orie presents the third production of Lipstick Monologues on Saturday, September 26th at 444 Theatre, 444 Highland Avenue in Atlanta. The evening begins with Cocktail Hour at 6:00pm which includes beverages provided by Oui-Oui! Tropical Fruit Rum and Red Carpet photos for attendees. Tickets are $15 in advance at with vendor spaces available.  The show will also include a Couture Showcase with featured designs and models by Van Miller International, Tony Holland Couture, Tori Wilmoth Couture and Vice Styles Couture.


Lipstick Monologues is a stage play that highlights the unspoken truths of women and girls that  cause pain, conflict, or trials in their lives. The show features Atlanta’s most talented actresses in a uniquely arranged portrayal of words and soliloquies to bring front and center the range of emotions that women and teen girls experience in their daily walks of life. The production produced by acting veteran Rasheda Randle includes cast members Tare’ Glasper, Cherrie McRae, V. Taybron, Jamillah Rahmaad, Christiane Renee, Latasha Stevens, Tee Johnson, Sheena House, Shatareia Stokes, Symphony Lyricist, Jeannine Oliver, Melanie Anderson and Ryn Rose.


The production was created by Orie to raise funds and awareness to create self-esteem driven campaigns targeted towards women and girls. The production is in partnership with the Pink Wish Foundation and the Consciously Beautiful Movement.


About Ardre Orie

Through her work as an educator, mentor, entrepreneur, and author of Consciously Beautiful: I Am Enough, Ardre Orie has dedicated her life to empowering women. After teaching for six years and serving as an assistant principle for 4 years, she founded, a 501(c)(3) to alleviate economic distress and self-destructive behaviors in girls ages 8–18, which currently provides services to over 500 families in Florida and Georgia. Her cosmetic lines I Love Me and I Love Me Organics seek to inspire new generations of girls to live consciously beautiful lifestyles and take a stand against media messages that demean and devalue women. In June of 2013, Orie furthered that goal by launching I Love Me Magazine, an online and print publication devoted to spreading the message that true beauty comes from within. You can learn more about Ardre Orie and her mission at her website


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