AN ECLECTIC EVENING OF BOXERS, BRIEFS & SHORTS PDF Print E-mail
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AN ECLECTIC EVENING OF BOXERS, BRIEFS and SHORTS Join us April 10-13 at Shetler Studios Theater 54, 244 West 54th St. I am directing one of the BOXERS- A VISIT HOME by Jeffrey Sweet starring Jane Summerhays, Dawn Evans and Mary Archbold

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The Castillo Theater April 17- May 18, 2014 PDF Print E-mail
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RESERVE TICKETS

 

 

 

Directed by Woodie King Jr.

 

Starring

AUDELCO Award winner Roscoe Orman

And 

Tony Award Winner Tonya Pinkins

 

A TIMELY REVIVAL :

The New Federal Theatre, in association with the Castillo Theatre, is proud to continue its tribute to Ed Bullins, pioneer of the Black Arts Movement and one of America's most important and influential playwrights, with The Fabulous Miss Marie, first produced in 1971 at the New Lafayette Theatre in Harlem. 

 

Set during a three-day holiday party at the home of Marie Horton in the Wilshire section of Los Angles in the early 1960s, it takes place against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement and on the eve of the Watts Rebellion. Most of the play's middle class characters, however, are distant from those upheavals; instead they drink, flirt, quarrel and reminisce as they hope their lives in the emerging Black middle class can shield them against the painful legacy of slavery and racism in America.

 

 

April 17th 

through

May 18th

 

Castillo Theatre

543 W. 42nd Street

 

Box Office:

212 - 941 - 1234

 

 

 

GET TICKETS

 

 

 

 

 

STAY IN TOUCH

543 West 42nd St, NY, NY - 212.941.1234

 

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"ARTISTS FOR JUSTICE" BEnefit for NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund PDF Print E-mail
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A TIME TO KILL BROADWAY PDF Print E-mail
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Prayers For Murdered Young Black Men and their families PDF Print E-mail
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Going out for" a drink and snack" has become synonymous with the murder of young Black men. Trayvon Martin and on July 2, 2013 Jett Gerald Higham was gunned down for $4 and an IPHONE. They didn't even take the "loot"

 
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20 Questions With... Tonya Pinkins
American actress Tonya Pinkins - who has been nominated for a Whatsonstage.com Award for her title performance in Caroline, or Change - explains why the Tony Kushner musical has become a family affair & notes how small changes affect the world.

Award-winning American actress Tonya Pinkins grew up in Chicago and studied musical theatre before moving to New York when she landed a role in Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along, aged just 19.

She received the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Derwent Awards for Jelly’s Last Jam, and also appeared in The Wild Party, Play On, and Chronicle of a Death Foretold on Broadway, as well as Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori’s 2004 Broadway musical Caroline, or Change, for which she received the Obie, Lortel and LA Drama Critics Awards and was nominated for a Tony Award.


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