Selma The Musical: The Untold Stories debuted February 2017 with limited resources and even fewer ticket sales. The set was comprised of 1 couch and 1 chair. With the cast performing to a total of roughly 30 - 40 attendees over the course of 3 days, discouragement immediately took root. Due to the lack of resources, the original cast sang Acapella. We walked into opening weekend full of hope but left dejected and uncertain if there was a future for this show. Fearful but having faith in the vision of Selma, the show creator/book writer went back to the drawing board. With a new script, new music and a new cast in tow, Selma was ready for a second go at musical theatre. Conceived & written by J.P. Haynes, since our second stint in 2018, Selma The Musical has sold out venues nationally through 2020 entertaining audiences from 1,000 – 5,000 across the U.S. and in the Bahamas.