Viola Davis and Julius Tennon's JuVee Productions Launches with CAMP LOGAN, Now thru 3/23
In 2012, Viola Davis and her husband Julius Tennon founded a multi-ethnic production company, JuVee Productions, committed to excellence in film, television, and theater. JuVee's first stage production is the multi-NAACP Theater Award winning show, CAMP LOGAN, which returned on January 25 and runs through March 23, 2014. This production is co-produced with Sparkling City Entertainment (Vanessa Paul and Alex Morris), Theatre Theater (Jeff Murray), and Robey Theater Company (Ben Guillory).
Directed by Alex Morris and written by Celeste B. Walker, the production will star Dorian Christian Baucum, Bill Lee Brown, Kaylon Hunt, Dwain Perry, Jacob Sidney, Lee Stansberry, and Sammie Wayne IV.
CAMP LOGAN was nominated for SIX 2013 NAACP THEATER AWARDS and won THREE, including BEST PRODUCTION, BEST PLAYWRIGHT & BEST LIGHTING, this wildly successful play has returned with a special run of 15 performances. Based on a true story, CAMP LOGAN tells the compelling story of six black U.S. soldiers leading up to the tragic 1917 racially-charged riot at their base in Houston, Texas during World War I.
Dates: 1/25-1/26, 2/7-2/9, 2/21-2/23, 3/7-3/9, and 3/21-3/23; Fri & Sat 8PM, Sun 3PM. General Admission: $25; Preview: January 24th $15. All performances play the Theatre Theater, 5041 W. Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90019.