Heading for the mainstage.

“Days of our Lives” veteran James Reynolds (Abe) is looking for support from fans. The actor has been hard at work as the director of the play “Holding On ~ Letting Go” by Bryan Harnetiaux. The play has been a hit at Reynolds’ own Fremont Centre Theatre in South Pasadena. It has been selected as a mainstage show at the National Black Theatre Festival. The production is currently seeking donations to help fund the journey to the festival.

The play follows a former basketball coach in deteriorating health. He is forced to search for the means to leave life with some dignity and get everything that’s been unsaid out in the open. National Black Theatre Festival takes place in Winston-Salem, North Carolina from July 29, 2013 until August 3, 2013. Visit Holding On ~ Letting Go’s official kickstarter page to see how you can help out.

Take a look at what happens when Kristen’s plan collapses in Soaps.com’s DOOL Weekly Spoiler Video: Exposed. And then learn who enlightens Dev on Coronation Street.

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– Matt Purvis