Genre: Comedy, Drama
Written by: Juneen Bowers, James E. Carter and Catrina, Directed by Mikell Pinkney

When Charles Earthstein who works at the Chicago News and M&M

Publications Books, goes to Harlem at The World Famous Apollo Theatre to

interview the one and only Jackie “Moms” Mabley. We see/hear her life,

present, past performances thought the telling of her life stories 1894 till her

death in 1975.

This autobiographical drama/comedy unfolds, through her performance, she

shares her hopes, dreams, betrayals, despairs, fame and most importantly, her

struggles to be America #1 funny comedian.

Open:   09/29/13
Close:   09/29/13

September 6th - September 29th 2013. The performance schedule is as follows:
Wed, Thur, Fri , Sat @ 8pm Sat @3pm and Sun @ 3pm & 7:30pm.
Theater:   Barrow Group TBG Theatre
Address:   312 W. 36th Street, 3rd floor
New York, NY 10018
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