Tyler Perry is back with his latest stage production, " Diary of a Mad Black Woman ". He stars in this play as Daddy Charles and also as Madea.
Rather than taking a negative look at the male-female relationship, this production attempts to address, in a comedic manner ( for entertainment purposes only ), the underlying issues faced by many women, irrespective of their individual ethnicity. This is a wake-up call to relationship assessment.
Forget about the traditional stage plays that confront the issues of drugs, violence and poverty. . . step into the lives of an upper middle-class black couple, Helen and Charles McCarter.