Harvard Divinity School Convocation Ceremony Honoring Toni Morrison
September 5, 2019
Sanders Theatre, Memorial Hall
A CHRISTMAS CAROL IN HARLEM
November 25 - December 8, 2018 @ Aaron Davis Hall - Harlem
July 7-29, 2018 @ The Richard Rodgers Amphitheater - Harlem
Wheelock Family Theatre - 2018
February 1-11, 2018 @ The Falk School / Pittsburgh University
New Horizons Theater
SIGHTED EYEs/FeelING HEART: LORRAINE HANSBERRY
American Masters PBS
Premieres January 19, 2018
The Lorraine Hansberry reenactment work was played by me. Thank you Lorraine, it was an honor.
THE GIRLS OF SUMMER BY LAYON GRAY
November 16-20, 2017 @ Kelly Strayhorn Theater - Pittsburgh, PA
May 11 & 18, 2017 @ St. Luke's Theatre - NY, NY
May 6th, 2017 @ The Patriots Theatre at The War Memorial - Trenton, NJ
October 19- November 20, 2017
@ Central Sq Theater - Cambridge, MA
The Nora Theatre Company
Paris, France, 1793: The Reign of Terror. Four badass women conspire, plot murder, and resist extremist insanity. Join playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, Haitian activist Marianne Angelle and former queen Marie Antoinette as they hang out before each of them loses their… heads. In this irreverent, fantastical comedy, Lauren Gunderson, award-winning author of Emilie: La Marquise Du Châtelet Defends Her Life Tonight, examines feminism, extremism, art, and how we actually go about changing the world.
A Program of Four One Act Plays
by Tricia Elam
May 19-21, 2017 @ Hibernian Hall, Boston
Searing and brutally honest, Bold Moves is the umbrella title of new works by author and playwright Tricia Elam Walker. This quartet of contemporary short plays about friendship, race, intimacy, and responsibility contains haunting themes and a kaleidoscope of human stories. The people we meet in Walker’s one-act plays captivate us as they navigate and try to make sense of their complex worlds. Directed by Dillon Bustin. Plays include: Bold Moves, The Widows’ Club, Mani-Pedi, and Maternity Ward.
Unveiling the Inner Poet
Sunday, June 4, 2:30 PM
@ The Isabela Stewart Gardner Museum
Tickets $10-$20 | Purchase online or at 617 278 5156
Join poet and actor Alexandria Danielle King for an afternoon of improvisation, meditation, self-discovery and collective performance.
TICKETS | Museum admission
Tickets are required and include Museum admission. Adults $20, seniors $15, students and members $10. Advance registration required; capacity is limited. Workshops are designed for participants ages 15 and up.
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This program is supported in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which receives support from the State of Massachusetts and the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Boston Cultural Council, a local agency which is funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, administrated by the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture.
BROKEN CITY: WALL STREET
@ WALL St. NYC
Pop Up Theatrics
The stories will focus on the human transaction with time and achievement, not only in terms of success, but also exploring how we move ourselves through this world anchored to our past, in search of our future and imminently missing our present moments.
Conceived by PopUP Theatrics partners Ana Margineanu, Tamilla Woodard and Peca Stefan, real life and theatre collide in our 'street immersive' that invites nine audience members per performance to navigate the broken trails of stories, following the characters who populate this neighborhood of Manhattan. Broken City: Wall Street is our love letter to this place and these people.
Additionally for this installment, we are collaborating with UK’s Sign Dance Collective, pioneers of the art form of Sign Dance Theatre. Led by the deaf and physically disabled artistic team of Isolte Avila and David Bower, this innovative company fuses sign language with dance, theatre and live music to create electrifying performances all over the world.
November 27, 2015 - January 3, 2016
@ Central Square Theater - Cambridge, MA
The Underground Railway Theatre Company
Become enchanted by the power of storytelling one final time! The Nora Theatre Company and Underground Railway Theater revive their award-winning production of Dominic Cooke’s Arabian Nights. Based on One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of folk tales from the Middle East and Asia, Arabian Nights is rich with suspense, romance and hilarity—stories irresistible for all ages, and at its heart, the power of the imagination to heal, inspire, and transform.
March 7 - April 4, 2015 @ The Modern Theater - Boston, MA
Fall into the world of Victorian SteamCRUNK nightmares as a manic music-box spins stories of naughty children and misguided parents. Silly and sinister, SHOCKHEADED PETER, with the musical mayhem of Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys, dares us to ask what's beneath the floorboards. Don't miss the most damning tale ever told on stage!
OCTOBER 18 - NOVEMBER 16, 2013
THE PLAZA THEATER @ THE BOSTON CENTER FOR THE ARTS
On Thanksgiving eve in a town just north of Boston, Fran is determined to make a nice turkey dinner for her chain-smoking klepto mother, and her couch-surfing older brother. If only it were that simple. A vivid collage of local stories exposes a community where generations of families collide over far more than pumpkin pie and stuffing. Straight off her smash-hit THE LUCK OF THE IRISH, local luminary and OBIE Award-winning playwright Kirsten Greenidge orchestrates 45 years of our history into evolving snapshots of race, class, dreams, and the place we call HOME. An outgrowth of Greenidge’s short play “Thanksgiving” (part of GRIMM, 2010), SPLENDOR was developed as part of the 2012-13 XX PlayLab.