News About Fade To Black Play Festival at MATCH
ENGLISH, THE WANDERERS & THE YEAR TO COME Join Roundabout's 2020-21 Season
January 21, 2020
Roundabout Theatre Company has just announced a line-up of all new work Off-Broadway at the Harold & Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre.
BWW Review: BARBER SHOP CHRONICLES Showcases Salons as a Beacon of Hope for Contemporary Black Men
December 09, 2019
Barber Shop Chronicles is a unifying, enriching, thought-provoking and captivating theatrical experience that solidifies Ellams' position as a griot worthy of upholding the rich African ancestry of storytelling traditions, and an exciting new poet and playwright making his mark on the world's stage by sharing slices of life that dive deeply into the culture and concerns of the contemporary black man.
BWW Review: FADE TO BLACK marches on at MATCH
June 28, 2019
You have ten plays with ten sets, ten casts, ten directors, and ten different playwrights. All of them run only ten minutes at most. It's easy enough to assert that if you don't like something, just wait ten minutes and something new is in front of you!
3Arts Awards Chicago Artists, $25,000 Cash Grants
November 05, 2018
3Arts, the Chicago-based nonprofit grantmaking organization, is honored to award 20 Chicago artists with unrestricted grants at the 11th annual 3Arts Awards Celebration, taking place tonight, November 5 at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The celebration will honor the ten annual 3Arts Awards recipients along with ten recipients of Make a Wave-an unprecedented artist-to-artist giving initiative.
FADE TO BLACK PLAY FESTIVAL RETURNS FOR ITS 7th SEASON!!!https://www.dropbox.com/s/px1j4sj65zjjrf0/Promo%20Video%202019%20-%205.20.19.mp4?dl=0
We are Houston's first and only national short play festival to celebrate the new works of African-American playwrights. Our play festival is the hippest, hottest play festival you'll ever experience!
***2019 FADE TO BLACK PLAY FESTIVAL WINNERS!!!***
Simone Black (St. Albans, NY), "From This Moment On" - Director: Monet SaloneSharai Bohannon (Chicago, IL), "Well That Just Happened" - Director: Tonyai Palmer
Zachariah Ezer (Brooklyn, NY), "Time To A Phantom" - Director: Vance Johnson
Ken Green (Boston, MA), "The Line" - Director: Ezekiel Morgan
Reginald C. Jackson (Chicago, IL), "Convictions" - Director: Kelvin Douglas
Darien Mitchell (Washington, DC), "Aggression" - Director: Dabrina Sandifer
Lewis Morrow (Kansas City, KS), "Ain't Dirt on Your Hands" - Director: Trey Morgan Lewis
Renée Nixon (Durham, NC), "Dazed and Stunned" - Director: Lea Jones
Alan Sharpe (Washington, DC), "Bedtime Story" - Director: Renee van Nifterik
Corey Shields (Houston, TX), "Jody" - Director: Errol Anthony Wilks
TICKETS: (additional theater service fee apply)$25 - Advance | $35 - At Door
General Seating Tickets On Sale Now! https://matchouston.org/events/2019/fade-black-performance-series-2019
Thursday - 6/27/19 - Opening Night.
Friday - 6/28/19 - Playwright talk-back.
Saturday 6/29/19 - Closing night.
*Please be aware that some performances may not be suitable for theatergoers under 18.
More information about the festival can be found athttps://www.fadetoblackfest.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/FadeToBlackFest/
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