Furaha Forever Productions

"Impacting Lives through the Creative Arts"

The Woman behind Furaha Forever Productions and the Cultural  Learning Arts Performing Program  


 

 

 

 

 

 


My name is Angela Miller and as a little girl, I always enjoyed the creative arts.  I was especially drawn towards the theater world.  It's a world like no other.  Taking imaginable characters and bringing their story to life gave me joy.  I would often pen stories just for the fun of it, never realizing that my purpose was being developed.  But as life would have it, my focus changed and my dreams were suppressed.  It would take years for me to recognize my true passion.  What had been dormant inside of me was ready to be heard again.  An opportunity given to me by Bishop Luther Blackwell to work with the Drama Ministry at Mega Church was the beginning of my God-ordained journey.   Bridging my professional career of helping others and my love for the arts set me on a path to help children and families in a non-traditional way. There are many families struggling with an array of issues that have caused them to feel hopeless and hurt.

Since 1999, I have written several stage plays and even created a non-profit organization called Furaha Forever Productions in 2001.  Furaha means "Joy" and our mission is to empower, entertain and educate while offering positive solutions through the art of drama.  In September of this year, Furaha Forever Productions will launch its Cultural Learning Arts Performing Program (C.L.A.P.P.).  C.L.A.P.P. is geared for children ages 7 to 18 years old.  From drama to sewing, a variety of classes will be offered to meet your child's creative needs.  For more information about C.L.A.P.P. and future events, please contact us at (216) 202-0784.