written by Carl Clay, diercted by Bette Howard
The play is a take off from the first Black television sitcom Amos and Andy, a comedic series which aired once a week in the 1950s. Now Kingfish, Amos, Andy, Sapphire, Mama-Queen Bee, Lightning and Calhoun are all on stage and they are stirring up a Good Time at Black SpectrumTheatre. Carl Clay has introduced a few new characters to the historic comedy and the setting is now in Harlem. The entire cast interacts with the audience and this makes for great fun, as the audience takes a trip down memory lane.
Friday and Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 4pm
Theater: Black Specturm Theatre
Address: 177 Street & Baisley Blvd
Cost:$20.00 - $25.00
Buy Tickets Online or Call: at 718) 723-1800