September 10, 2020: PDSP is thrilled to announce the WORLD PREMIERE presentation of Love & Southern D!scomfort at the Charleston (South Carolina) Music Hall on January 11-12, 2020. PDSP is presenting the world premiere with South of Broadway Theatre Company and Adam Slater Productions Inc. along with Steve and Chrissy Weiss.

The next stop for L&SD will be at the Marcus Center’s Wilson Theater at Vogel Hall in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in May 2020. PDSP will be presenting in Milwaukee along with Black Arts MKE.

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July 2019: PDSP was in the Windy City this week shooting promotional material for the upcoming January 2020 world premiere of Love & Southern D!scomfort. Check back for more info–This gumbo is just about done! Click here to see some photos.

December 3rd, 2018: The team returned to Chicago to record a demo album that included the unforgettable ‘Stir The Pot’ and the showstopper ‘My Mind’s Not Mine’.

November 5th & 7th, 2018, at Pianoforte Studios, Chicago: The compelling drama brought Chicago to its feet featuring the gut-busting antics of Felicia P. Fields, Tony Award© Nominee in 2006 for “Best Featured Actress in a Musical” for her work in The Color Purple. Although not legally formed until January 1, 2019, Patton Days Slater Productions came to life as a result of these concerts.

June 25th, 2018: The musical, starring cast members from the Broadway National Tour of The Book Of Mormon, made its Concert debut in Denver at the Clocktower Cabaret to a standing room only crowd.

March 26th, 2018: The Inheritance Musical performed a staged reading in Los Angles at The Ebony Repertory Theater, Starring Roz Ryan of Chicago the Musical, Michael-Leon Wooley of The Princess and the Frog and Yvette Cason of Dreamgirls. 

January 21st, 2017: “The Inheritance Musical” debuted in Chicago, at the eta Creative Arts Foundation as part of their Magic Box series and broke the box office attendance record. It placed in the second round of the NAMT and the final round of the FWD Theatre Project.