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Je’Caryous Johnson is continuing his uber successful reign as the king of stage adaptations with Set It Off (last year he brought the iconic Two Can Play That Game to the stage starring Vivica A. Fox, Brely Evans, Carl Payne, Porsha Williams, Towanda Braxton, Gary Dourdan, Columbus Short and a host of other actors).

This time he’s trying his hand at the 1996 hood classic, featuring newlywed and star of TV One’s upcoming movie, Down For Whatever LeToya Luckett, Demetria McKinney (Bobbi Kristina, House of Payne), Kyla Pratt (did you hear Flex Alexander wants a One on One reboot?) and the first female rapper to go Platinum, Da Brat.

Tickets are on sale now, as the cast plans to hit cities like Atlanta, DC, Houston and St. Louis.

There are no words on if if the film’s original cast will have any affiliation with the play, but we trust these ladies will bring the same amount of heat, if not more. Check out what some of the cast of Johnson’s Two Can Play That Game had to say about Valentine’s Day earlier this month.

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