Delilah Rashell is a critically acclaimed writer, producer and director who has brought to the stage some of the best of theatre including her mega hits “God’s Trying To Tell You Something,” “Things Ain’t What They Used To Be”, “Stop The Noise Bring Back The Music”, and “Somebody Oughta Tell God Thank You”. Her shows have played to over 1.5 million patrons across the United States and the Virgin Islands. Delilah served as assistant director to Tyler Perry and National Tour Promoter with T.D. Jakes mega hit “Woman Thou Art Loosed”. Known as a “one woman machine” this incredible lady literally does it all. She is the writer of all the original music in tonight’s production including the Housewife’s cry of “Who am I?”, the College Student’s “I’m just trying to fit it”, the Mistress’ justification song... “I’m not hurting anyone”, just to name a few. “It’s easy when you’re working with such a talented Musical Director like Nicholas Donaldson. He is one awesome young man.
Delilah is not only the Writer of this piece but the Director and Producer as well, not to mention the Director of Marketing. Are you sure this lady doesn’t have a secretary or a couple of assistants? “No, it’s just me, my Angel and my God. We make quite a team. “It’s hard to take credit for the many gifts that God has given me because they are just that “gifts”. It’s my job to polish them, protect and deliver them in a matter that is first pleasing to Him and then the audience.” And for over 20 years she has done just that.
For those of you that have not had the privilege to witness Delilah’s pen, you will recognize it throughout the show as her words come to life embodying the characters and moving the audience to unexpected outburst of laughter one moment and to that of silent tears the next especially in the Hustler, the Grandmother, the Mistress and the conclusion of both the Housewife and the College Student. From the time the curtain rises you will see Delilah in the staging, costumes, and set design. You will hear her in the music selections, transitions, and the like. You will see her in the pit, making sure that music is tight. You will hear her on the mic providing both voice over and background vocals throughout the production. She has a keen eye and wonderful knack of “taking nothing and making something wonderful out of it”. You will witness this truth as she transforms “7 Women on 7 Stools” from pain to pinnacle, touching your hearts, empowering your mind, causing your spirits to soar!
"Delilah is the most talented, humble and inspiring individuals I've ever met!
-Pastor Debora Kimbrough-Unity Family Church (Vancouver, WA)