133rd Street Arts Center

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Last Update: 04/24/14 03:29:04 PM

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Address: 308 West 133rd Street - 2 Fl
New York, NY    10027

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Much Ado About Nothing  | Open: 06/05/14 Close: 06/21/14
“Some Cupid kills with arrows, some with traps.”

After receiving praise from audiences and critics alike for their smash hit productions of Hamlet and Macbeth in 2013, What Dreams May Co Shakespeare explores the dangers and the delights of love. It's risks, it's rewards, it's passion and it's price. Join us for our 2014 season as we bring to life 2 couples whose tales embody all these qualities...with uproarious laughter, with unrestrained joy, and with unfathomable sorrow. First up…Much Ado About Nothing.

Director Nicole Schalmo brings Beatrice and Benedick’s merry war of words to small town USA, where this tale of slander and scandal might very well have been pulled from the headlines in present day Middle America. Costume and set designs reflect the Midwestern feel and help to shine a present-day light on the gender and socioeconomic themes that help drive each character. Prepare for a hilarious and heartwarming journey as What Dreams May Co once again holds the mirror up to nature.

Featuring: Meghan Blakeman, Lauren Marie Callen, Andrew Dahreddine, Gregg Ellson, Jonathan Emerson, Kate Fallon, Kenny Fedorko, Sam Gibbs, Aimee Marcelle, Kelly McCready, Isaac Allen Miller, Chrissy Sheehan, Rafael Svarin, and Gonzalo Trigueros

For more information on the production contact Jonathan Emerson at jonathanemerson2000@yahoo.com or visit www.wdmcshakespeare.com/


About the Company: What Dreams May Co

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

Three Sisters  | Open: 03/14/14 Close: 03/22/14
HiveMind Theater's production of Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters is scheduled for performance March 14-16 and March 21-22 at 133rd Street Arts Center in Harlem.

Performances: Friday, March 14th 8:00pm
Saturday, March 15th, 8:00pm
Sunday, March 16th, 3:00pm
Friday,March 21st, 8:00pm
Saturday, March 22nd, 8:00pm

First performed at the Moscow Art Theatre in 1901, this landmark of modern drama probes the lives and dreams of Olga, Masha and Irina, former Muscovites now living in a provincial town from which they long to escape. Their hopes for a life more suited to their cultivated tastes and sensibilities provide a touching counterpoint to the relentless flow of compromising events in the real world.

Translated by Paul Schmidt
Directed by: Jennifer Onopa
Set Design: Schuyler Burks
Costume Design: Emily Parman
Sound Design: Vincent Allen
Stage Management: Vincent Allen
Dramaturgy: Carrie Lee O'Dell

The cast includes: Brittany Allen, Julie Baber, Yair Ben-Dor, Adam Bradley, Anthony Cascio*, Carley Colbert, Dominik Eisenschmidt, Joel Haberli, Mark Klarman, Amelia Matthews*, Gergana Mellin*, Freddy Rodrigues, Jim Shankman*, and Jason Zanitsch.

*These actors appear courtesy of Actors Equity Association
This is an Equity-approved showcase production.


Arts.Theatre

Valentine  | Open: 03/06/14 Close: 03/09/14
Based on the 2008 murder of young Lawrence King, Valentine concerns the story of two teenage boys trying to find their identities in a confusing world. Dylan, questioning both his gender and sexual orientation, uses his self-proclaimed status as a "freak" to keep his bullies at bay. Jonathan, dealing with a broken, violent home, struggles to stay under the radar and protected from further pain and embarrassment. Although practically strangers, a chance meeting one day at the school bus stop creates a connection between the two boys. When Dylan perceives the encounter as a romantic overture, the growing odds against both children lead to disastrous and violent results. Valentine explores the nature of human connection, the role of bullying in public schools, and the responsibility of adults and institutions in navigating the new terrain of sexual and gender politics that has emerged in the public education system.


Arts.Theatre

For Colored Girls...  | Open: 11/30/13 Close: 02/09/14
This remarkable choreopoem by Ntozaka Shange has not been seen at the HRT since 2005. Now is the ideal time to stage a revival of this powerful African American theatrical classic. Seven of the HRT's finest actresses will bring Shange's 20 heart-wrenching and soul-affirming poems to the stage in this much anticipated revival.This remarkable choreopoem by Ntozaka Shange has not been seen at the HRT since 2005. Now is the ideal time to stage a revival of this powerful African American theatrical classic. Seven of the HRT's finest actresses will bring Shange's 20 heart-wrenching and soul-affirming poems to the stage in this much anticipated revival.Promo video playlist for Finian's Rainbow/Flahooley and For Colored Girls...http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLffChNmvShDnQ2I2Dod_9jv7aPagDjXSnVisit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com for pictures and our latest reviews.


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Theater.Drama

Boeing Boeing  | Open: 01/30/14 Close: 02/01/14
This 1960's French farce adapted for the American stage features Parisian playboy Bernard, who has French, German and American fianc├ęs, each beautiful airline hostesses with frequent "layovers." He keeps "one up, one down and one pending" until unexpected schedule changes bring all 3 to Paris and Bernard's apartment at the same time!


BOEING BOEING
BY:
Marc Camoletti

TRANSLATED BY:
Beverly Cross and Francis Evans


DIRECTED BY
Riley T. Manning

STARRING!
Sarah Cote
Tim Haber
Cara Recinella
Bryan Songy
Aubrey Taylor
Amanda Wilson


Comedy.Other

Finian's Rainbow & Flahooley  | Open: 12/27/13 Close: 01/12/14
FINIAN'S RAINBOW
 Book by E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy;
 Lyrics by Harburg; Music by Burton Lane
 (Running time 60 minutes)
 

FINIAN’S RAINBOW shocked audiences when it opened in 1947 with its attacks on racism, class prejudice and injustice. It was the first fully integrated black and white cast performing on stage. The profound political and social economic messages that shocked the country over 60 years ago continue just as relevant today. Although FINIAN’S RAINBOW is certainly a beloved Golden Age American musical icon that is filed with charm and a wonderful score, it remains an important example of political theater that advocates for a utopian world where tolerance and social justice prevail.


 FLAHOOLEY
 Original Book by E.Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy; Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg;
 Music by Sammy Fain; Adaptation by Art Perlman
 (Running time 55 minutes)
 
Don't let the silly title mislead you! FLAHOOLEY is a provocative and hard hitting, politically charged musical that attacks capitalism, consumerism and corporate greed. FLAHOOLEY was created by Yip Harburg during the turbulent McCarthy era and raised eyebrows and ire when first produced in 1951. Harburg's response to being blacklisted and shunned by the Hollywood community was to write, direct and produce an allegorical musical that lambasted the witchhunts and injustices that plagued him and many of his colleagues. FLAHOOLEY was ahead of its time and still packs a punch today. HRT’s production is a rare opportunity to experience a revival of this extraordinary musical gem; a progressive and whimsical musical with all you can ask for: wire tapping, labor strike, political intrigue, love, dolls and a magical lamp.

 

For Colored Girls...

This remarkable choreopoem by Ntozaka Shange has not been seen at the HRT since 2005. Now is the ideal time to stage a revival of this powerful African American theatrical classic. Seven of the HRT’s finest actresses will bring Shange’s 20 heart-wrenching and soul-affirming poems to the stage in this much anticipated revival.

The production will be staged in an intimate environmental theatre space. This unusual seating arrangement will allow the audience to be close to the action as our brilliant young actresses take them on a passionate journey through Shange’s Tony award winning masterwork!

Macbeth  | Open: 12/06/13 Close: 12/21/13
Macbeth

By William Shakespeare

Directed By Christina Sheehan

Stage Manager Maksim Kosomov
 

“By the pricking of my thumb…Something wicked this way comes!”

 

From the producers of this summer’s acclaimed production of Hamlet, What Dreams May Co. Theatre Company returns to the 133RDStreet Arts Center this fall with a soul haunting retelling of Macbeth. Join us as we explore the passion, plots, and prophecies which plague Shakespeare’s most infamous power couple.

Director Christina Sheehan invites you to a modern dystopia gripped by war, in which the veil between the living and the dead is always calling, where the road to hell is paved with the best of intentions, and where those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Witness the noble corrupted into the bestial, true love converted to guilt-ridden madness, and heroes rise from the ashes of despair as we cut right to the raw heart of Shakespeare’s classic tale.   

Featuring: Alan Brinks, Jonathan Emerson, Josh Laird, John Maddaloni, Vince Reese, James Rieser, Nicole Schalmo, Monique Sanchez, Zoe Sjogerman, Sophia Watt, Marcus Watson,  and Lindsey Zelli

For more information on the production contact Jonathan Emerson at jonathanemerson2000@yahoo.comor visit www.wdmcshakespeare.com

Performances of Macbeth are
Dec 6th – December 21ST @ 8PM

Matinee Performances Dec 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st @ 3PM

The 133RD St Arts Center
308 W 133RD St.
NY, NY 10027

Tickets are $18.

To purchase tickets, please visit http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/495842or call 1-800-838-3006


About the Company: What Dreams May Co

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

We are Samurai  | Open: 09/26/13 Close: 10/06/13
Marrow's Edge is proud to present We are Samurai, a new immersive play written by Daria Miyeko Marinelli and directed by Ria T. DiLullo. We Are Samurai is a suburban revenge tragedy about four twenty-somethings engaging in petty acts of violence in an effort to absolve a millennia-old offense. Following in the walk-around tradition of Sleep No More and Then She Fell, the dramatic action unfolds simultaneously across four different playing spaces and it is up to the audience to choose what to witness.

After Josephine returns home to find her cats brutally murdered for a crime she committed in a past life, she enlists her boyfriend to help her avenge her cats' deaths. What follows is a series of small, violent acts that are mundane and yet deeply tragic in their cyclical nature. Rooted in both contemporary suburbia and the historical traditions of Japanese Theatre, We Are Samurai uses cats, iPhones, and simultaneous action to explore age-old questions of agency and entitlement.

Marrow's Edge is a performance collective dedicated to creating new and exhilarating work that challenges the audience's relationship to theatre and theatrical experiences. Founded by Ria T DiLullo (director) and Daria Miyeko Marinelli (playwright), Marrow's Edge strives to create theatrical work that is boundary pushing and deeply visceral.

Cast is:
Tess Avitabile as Josephine
Karen Eilbacher as Elias
Rachel Lin as Regan
Sean Devare as Rocky

Production Crew Includes:
Director: Ria T. DiLullo
Playwright: Daria Miyeko Marinelli
Stage Manager: Sarah Haber
Lighting Designer: Matt Bellas
Sound Designer: Paula DiLullo
Graphic Designer: Kelly Carroll
Poster Designer: Harrison Densmore


Arts.Performance

The Music Tapes present: The Traveling Imaginary  | Open: 09/03/13 Close: 09/06/13
The Music Tapes are very pleased to be bringing The Traveling Imaginary back to New York City, September 3-6, at the 133rd St. Arts Center Lab. Deemed "magic and enchanting," "transforming," and one of the "top five shows of the year" by NPR Music's Bob Boilen, these performances are FREE in celebration of what has been a very special year for The Music Tapes and are a thank you to all of YOU for making it possible.

As soon as audiences walk through the door, they will be greeted with The Music Tapes' surreal, carnival-esque games before entering a specially-made circus tent for an immersive, dreamlike show that includes songs from the band's newest album <i>Mary's Voice</i> ("a grand, genre-straddling vision in sound"--<i>Pitchfork</i>), antique 16mm cartoons, virtuoso Klezmer music performed on the singing saw, Julian Koster's unique narratives about dehydrated European cities and half-imagined children's games, a 12-foot snowman, and an array of mechanical contraptions like Static the Singing Television and the 7-Foot Tall Metronome.

<b>PLEASE NOTE:</b> Thank you for such an overwhelming response! We are amazed that the shows filled up so quickly! As spots open up, they will be available to reserve here, so please continue to check back. We also strongly encourage you to join our standby list by writing us at <a href="mailto:standby@orbitinghumancircus.com">standby@orbitinghumancircus.com</a> with the date and time you'd like to attend. We will try to accommodate as many requests as possible on a first-come/first-served basis.

<b>If you are unable to attend after RSVP-ing, please cancel your order through Brown Paper Tickets so that we can release your spot to someone else. Thank you very much!</b>

This is a special, limited engagement run of free performances and capacity is very limited.

<b><u>The Traveling Imaginary Performance Schedule</b></u>

Tuesday, Sept 3 at 9PM (Dress rehearsal)
Wednesday, Sept 4 at 9PM (Preview performance)
Thursday, Sept 5 at 2PM
Thursday, Sept 5 at 7:30PM
Friday, Sept 6 at 7:30PM


Arts.Performance

Hamlet  | Open: 05/24/13 Close: 06/01/13
What Dreams May Co. Theatre presents
Hamlet

By William Shakespeare

Directed By Nicole Schalmo

Stage Manager Laura Mckellar
 

When sorrows come, they come not single spies. But in battalions!”

 

From the producers of last season’s smash hit Othello, What Dreams May Co. Theatre Company explodes into the 2013 Season with a dark and gritty modern reimagining of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

The geometrically inspired set incorporates sharp angular set pieces and makes use of an enclosed stage space with nine rectangular exits and entrances; creating a visceral, cerebral, design that pulls the audience into the world of the play and into the inner mind of each character. Director and Producer Nicole Schalmo’s backdrop of a modern dystopian monarchy immerses the audience in the political intrigues of Claudius and Gertrude, haunts us with Ophelia’s heartbreak and Laertes’ rage, and brings us to the heart and soul of Hamlet’s quest for answers, justice, and vengeance.

A founder of the company, Ms. Schalmo has been seen onstage as often as she is behind the director’s table. Her directing credits include WDMC’sRomeo & Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (where she also performed as Titania/Hypolita), Adelphi’s The Day They Shot John Lennon andElectric Roses. She was recently seen onstage as Emiliain last season’s production ofOthello. Co-Founder Christina Sheehan brings years of classical stage and Shakespearean dramaturgical experience to her portrayal of Ophelia. Ms. Sheehan was recently seen in the Queens Players staged reading of Double Falsehood and broke hearts last season as Cassio in the What Dreams May Co. production of Othello. Other noteworthy performances include: Juliet in WDMC's Romeo and Juliet, Hermia in WDMC's Midsummer, Ariel in Garden Shakespeare's Tempest, and The Leader of the Furies in ATA's The Eumenides. Playing the title role is Jonathan Emerson. No stranger to the classics Mr. Emerson received critical acclaim for his performance as Feste in the Queens Players production of Twelfth Night (See Review), Puck in the Queens Shakespeare production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (See Review), and as the Dauphin in George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan (See Review).           

This fast paced, high stakes production of what many consider to be Shakespeare’s finest work will keep audiences on the edge of their seats as we explore the dark side of power, the pain of betrayal, and the fire that burns within the depths of the human soul.

Featuring: Nathan Beagle, Alan Brinks, Neil Brown, Jonathan Emerson, Megan Heinrich, Steven Martin, Vince Reese, Michael Renna, Debra Lynn Rico, Monique Sanchez, Christina Sheehan, Jason Spina,

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

For more information on the production contact Jonathan Emerson at jonathanemerson2000@yahoo.comor visit http://www.facebook.com/#!/whatdreamsmayco?fref=ts

“Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.”

Performances of Hamlet are
May 24th @ 8pm, May 25th @ 3PM and 8PM,

May 31st @ 8PM, and June 1st @ 3PM and 8PM

The 133RD St Arts Center
308 W 133RD St.
NY, NY 10027

Tickets are $18.

To purchase tickets, please visit (http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/370199).

1-800-838-3006


About the Company: What Dreams May Co

What Dreams May Co. is dedicated to making the classics accessible to all. Simple, minimalistic productions leave the focus on the language and characters, challenging the actors in the company to reach new levels and expand their knowledge of the classics. Passionate performances delve to the heart of the text, bringing the story to life in a way that connects with and immerses modern audiences. After all, "What dreams may come, when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause." With our productions, we hope every person has a chance to experience that moment to pause, be touched by the beauty of the language, and carry that experience with them into the world.

Much Ado About Nothing  | Open: 02/14/13 Close: 03/02/13
Love. War. Conspiracy. Sex. Betrayal. Death. Could all these things truly amount to Nothing? In Shakespeare’s beloved comedy Much Ado About Nothing, Don Pedro and his men return victoriously from war to the house of Leonato, Governor of Messina. Proven in battle, Claudio proposes to Leonato's dutiful daughter Hero, to the dismay of his comrade, Benedick, who wittily battles with the Lady Beatrice on the demerits of love. The stage is set for merry conflict as those who jest at love are caught in a hilarious conspiracy to make them fall in love. Meanwhile a sinister plot brews to unmake Claudio and Hero's nuptials, setting in motion a series of events that challenge loyalties, test character, and examine the fickleness of life and love.

Incorporating a vibrant and diverse cast, Snapped Productions deconstructs outdated female archetypes, challenges masculine stereotypes, and advances the classic ideas about male/female relationships, seen here through a modern lens. Much Ado About Nothing is exactly that—the whimsy of human beings taking what should be simple – love – and making it absurdly (and often times, laughably) complex.


About the Company: Snapped Productions

 

Snapped Productions strives to create work that realizes artistic desires--challenging ourselves existentially, pursuing truth through experimentation, and manifesting fulfillment of personal and community expression--in an environment that supports the upward careers of company members. 

Snapped Production's focus on new voices--supporting new plays and playwrights, breathing fresh ideas into classic works, offering unique opportunities to emerging actors and stage managers, and showcasing the work of up and coming, imaginative directors and design staff--ensures that the vital human need for storytelling grows limitlessly.  While remaining firmly in the realm of theatre, Snapped Productions explores all types of media as expression, promotion and extension of work on the stage. By committing to produce two shows per year, Snapped hopes to build a reputation in the theater community of delivering high-quality, refreshing productions whilst offering professional opportunities to artistic staff and cast.  One production will be a new work developed through collaboration with the playwright.  The other production will a classic or revival work, specifically chosen to give opportunity to a director, artistic and production staff at the beginning of their careers.

On The Head Of A Pin  | Open: 10/25/12 Close: 10/28/12
Three years ago, Sarah Kennedy, a private military contractor in Baghdad, descended into Hell and was faced with a choice: would she suffer along with the other lost souls, or become a demon herself and torment them? Now, Lily Strauss, a reporter in the waning days of journalism must uncover Sarah's story through webs of corporate lies and government obfuscation without losing herself or her life in the process.

On the Head of a Pin, a political story in the tradition of "Network" and "A Few Good Men," is an exploration of who watches the watchers, and what happens when they look away.


Arts.Theatre

The Afflicted  | Open: 08/02/12 Close: 08/12/12
A contemporary exploration into the lives of the accusing girls from the Salem Witch Trials.Director - Natalie Villamonte ZitoProduction Manager - Amber WallaceLighting Designer - Adam SteinbauerCast (In alphabetical order):Commentator..................................................Josh BubarElizabeth Hubbard..........................................Kelly CanyockMercy Lewis....................................................Dana CoyleSarah Churchill...............................................Megan LacerenzaBetty Parris.....................................................Kyla OcainAnn Putnam, Jr...............................................Emily RelvaAbigail Williams..............................................Michelle RinehartMary Walcott..................................................Cori RyanMary Warren...................................................Claire ScholesElizabeth Booth..............................................Rebecca Stuart


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Acts/Attractions.Performance Art

Romeo & Juliet Drink The Young Wine  | Open: 06/20/12 Close: 06/30/12
"ROMEO AND JULIET DRINK THE YOUNG WINE"
June 20th - 30th 2012, Wednesdays-Saturdays at 8pm
133rd Street Arts Center
308 W. 133rd Street near St. Nicholas (Red Door), New York, NY
http://www.exquisitecorpsefestival.com/

Presented by THE COHORTS for THE EXQUISITE CORPSE FESTIVAL
With our partners CRUST BROOKLYN and ZUSS FASHION

Directed & Devised by JASON TYNE-ZIMMERMAN

Written by JOHN PATRICK BRAY, STACY DAVIDOWITZ, DAVIS SCHNEIDERMAN, KELLY HARAMIS, PENNY JACKSON, PAT O'CONNOR, STEVE STRANGIO, JEFFREY FISKE, MARK HARVEY LEVINE, CAROL MARK, TOM DUNN, and PAULANNE SIMMONS

Music by DON MEYER, DIANA OH, SCOTT PORTER (from FRANK) and GREENCARD WEDDING

Starring MARIE ALU, DAVID ANTHONY, KAELIN BIRKENHEAD, DANNY BRAY, ELIZABETH BURKE, SARI CAINE, MATT DeCOSTER, KERRI DILLON, LEIGH ANN HEIDELBERG, PE'ER KLEIN, DENISE MANN, JIM BOB MILLER, CHRIS O'NEIL, WAUNDELL SAAVEDRA, AUSTIN SMITH, and JONATHAN WEXLER

Production Stage Manager RACHEL BEEMAN
Assistant Stage Manager CHELSEA MOORE
Assistant Director AUSTIN SMITH
Technical Director AUSTIN SMITH
Costume Design ZUSS FASHION
Costume Consultant JIM BOB MILLER
Lighting Design AUSTIN SMITH
Set Design RACHEL BEEMAN
Sound & Video Design JASON TYNE-ZIMMERMAN
Marketing & Publicity Director LEIGH ANN HEIDELBERG
Photography SIMON SNOGLES


Arts.Performance

Dream Deferred  | Open: 04/19/12 Close: 04/29/12
NuAFrikan Theatre celebrates its revival with the new Jacob A. Weiser Playwright Award winning play Dream Deferred, written and directed by Marcus Dargan, opening on April 19, 2012 at the 133rd Street Arts Center.

Dream Deferred is a one-act play that explores gentrification in Harlem through the monologues of African American residents of a pre-war building, whose survival is threatened by the newly built condominium across their street. In the aftermath of a devastating building fire, its tenants are forced out into the streets facing the looming, pink walls of a high-rise building that has overshadowed their community with an otherworldly presence. They share stories of love and hate for Harlem and their views on the recent changes in their neighborhood. Racial tensions climax as a riot ensues, resulting in a standoff as these Harlem natives strive to reclaim their home.

The cast will include Bisa Y. Dawes, Shannon Harris, Richard Mays, Donald PaulEddie K. Robinson, and Curtis Willimas, and features Richard Mays, and Johnnie Mae, an OOBR Award winning actress and two-time recipient of the AUDELCO Award.


About the Company: NuAFrikan Theatre

NuAFrikan Theatre is an emerging theatre company dedicated to producing original, contemporary, and classic theatre in order to engage, educate and empower communities through the African-American experience.  We seek to further pioneer the artistic development and diversity of contemporary theatre, in addition to preserving the art of traditional theatre forms. Our goal is to draw new audiences to theatre, foster and develop aspiring new talent, and introduce appealing and stimulating theatre to communities where it my otherwise be inaccessible.

Who Killed Captain Kirk?  | Open: 03/23/12 Close: 03/25/12
Murder and mayhem take center stage at a Star Trek Convention At a Star Trek convention, actor William Shatner aka Captain Kirk is murdered. It's up to a group of trekkies dressed as their favorite characters from the 1960s TV sci-fi adventure series to solve the crime. The only problem is they are all also suspects. An interactive murder mystery where YOU--the audience--decides whodunit,

"Who Killed Captain Kirk?" is different every time!