A night at the movies is a celebration of tv and film! Featuring shorts and trailers of independently produced films.
Films include “Tee'd Off” by Chris Federico, “Homebody” by Kate Marks, scenes from “Pride from the Door” Nicholas Ortiz and Tanesha Ford and the music video Eli performed by Baby Brother!!!. We’ll also have live performances by singers, actors, etc. performing pieces from and about movies.
Come to the Cabaret!!!!
Performers include: Andrea Pinyan, Bill Brooks, Mark Mozingo, Cotton Wright, Crystal Sha’nae, Jenavene Hester, Heaven Stephens and Juliane Merrill on piano
April 6th at 7pm, Uncle Charlies, 139 E. 45th $18 Suggested Donation
About the Company: Artistic Pride Productions
Artistic Pride Productions is a collective of thought provoking and passionate artists dedicated to promoting and cultivating their work as an extension of the work of their peers. APP creates an environment in which artists who are marginalized in the commercial art world such as minorities, women and non-traditional artists have a place to not only create but thrive.
Cast: Stacey Haughton-Vocalist , Mark Mozingo-Vocalist , Cotton Wright-Vocalist
7:00 pm Doors open at 6:00pm
Theater: Uncle Charlie's
Address: 139 E. 45th
New York, NY 10017
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006
Anthony Wills Jr is Artistic Director of Artistic Pride Productions an artist collective creating opportunities for artists of all genres. He has been performing, choreographing, and directing all his life. Anthony is a member of NYC Rep (formerly InnerAct Productions), and New Jersey Repertory Theater. Most recently Anthony played the role of Smoke in the short film, “Save Face” and Denzil Best in the Swedish film “Monica Z” directed by Per Fly. Other recent projects include “The long Christmas Dinner” (Brave New World) and “With One Hand Between Us”, a durational performance piece conceived by Jonathan Van Dyke where Wills and two other performers perform for nearly forty hours over the course of five days. Sensorium was a 12 course dining experience with performance that he created with five other artists and Chef Bryon Brown. Recent theatrical endeavors include “Master Harold... and the boys.” (Gloucester Stage) which the Boston Phoenix named one of the 10 Best Theatrical Events of 2012, “Song of Job 9:11”, and “Ain’t Misbehavin” (New Harmony). Anthony recently completed two new plays, “Eddie Falls” and “11 1/2 short pieces on Death, Dying, Life and Living (a comedy)” which premiered at the Fridge Gallery in DC.