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Anton Floyd

 

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  [Off-Broadway]
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Off-Broadway Reading, 2019
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August Wilson Ending on a High Note: RADIO GOLF at Everyman Photo August Wilson Ending on a High Note: RADIO GOLF at Everyman
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Oct 28, 2019

And thus the struggle over ways of thinking and dealing commences. For Hicks, the past that Sterling and Barlow are protecting has no value, and the validity of Barlow's legal claim is irrelevant. From his standpoint, when the powers that be have firmed up their plans to a certain point, mere legality must step aside. For Wilks, abandoning the rule of law leads to chaos, even if following that principle leads to results that disappoint the oligarchs. I'll leave it to audiences to discover how the clash of perspectives works out, but it is clear that, regardless of what becomes of Aunt Ester's home, Wilks' choice to adhere to the rule of law and to honor his roots and ancestors would destroy his great plans, his business partnership, and probably his marriage. Though, of course, regardless of the outcome, such a choice would also make him a hero.

Photo Flash: First Look at Everyman's RADIO GOLF Photo Photo Flash: First Look at Everyman's RADIO GOLF
by Julie Musbach - Oct 17, 2019

I​t's never the wrong time to do the right thing. ThisOctober,​EverymanTheatre's​next show is R​adio Golf, ​the final play in renowned playwright August Wilson's 10-play opus, THE AMERICAN CENTURY CYCLE. Radio Golf​​ highlights the challenges faced by modern-day African-Americans straddling the line between monetary success and cultural assimilation.

Everyman Theatre Presents RADIO GOLF Photo Everyman Theatre Presents RADIO GOLF
by Julie Musbach - Sep 20, 2019

This October, Everyman Theatre's next show is Radio Golf, the final play in renowned playwright August Wilson's 10-play opus, THE AMERICAN CENTURY CYCLE. Radio Golf brings the a?oecrackle of a comedy with old-fashioned melodramaa?? (The New York Times) and highlights the challenges faced by modern-day African-Americans straddling the line between monetary success and cultural assimilation. 

Beth Malone, Taylor Trensch and More Among Cast of PRIDE PLAYS Photo Beth Malone, Taylor Trensch and More Among Cast of PRIDE PLAYS
by Julie Musbach - May 22, 2019

Initial casting and remaining directors have been announced for Pride Plays, an upcoming festival of play readings to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Nick Mayo serves as Festival Director.

SKELETON CREW Opens at TheatreSquared 10/10 Photo SKELETON CREW Opens at TheatreSquared 10/10
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 1, 2018

The blistering comic drama Skeleton Crew begins performances on October 10 at TheatreSquared, bringing to Northwest Arkansas a new work by one of America's most acclaimed contemporary playwrights. Dominique Morisseau, a Steinberg Playwright Award-winner and two-time NAACP Image Award honoree, is "one of the rising talents in American drama" (NYTimes) and "a rising star" (L.A. Times), described by critics as a modern-day successor to 20th-century giants Arthur Miller, Clifford Odets, and August Wilson. Skeleton Crew is set in Detroit's last exporting auto plant, where sparks fly on the production line-and in the breakroom. As rumors surface about a closing date, new power dynamics emerge. When the line between blue collar and white collar blurs, how far over are they willing to step?  Performances are scheduled October 10-November 4, and tickets are on sale now from $17-$48 at (479) 443-5600 or theatre2.org.

BWW Review: SKELETON CREW at Actors Theatre Of Louisville Photo BWW Review: SKELETON CREW at Actors Theatre Of Louisville
by Taylor Clemons - Nov 27, 2017

Actors Theatre takes us back to Detroit circa 2008 in Dominique Morisseau's SKELETON CREW.

Watercolor-Inspired Works to Hit JACK in EVERYDAY AFROPLAY
by BWW News Desk - Apr 10, 2017

JACK presents Everyday Afroplay by Daaimah Mubashshir, April 27 - 30, 2017.

Anton Floyd, Jaime Lincoln Smith and More to Lead Luna Stage's CARNAVAL
by Kelsey Denette - Jan 18, 2013

Anton Floyd, Jaime Lincoln Smith and Terrell Wheeler will star in Luna Stage's world premiere of Carnaval, Obie-Award winning playwright Nikkole Salter's provocative new play about the demand side of sexual tourism. Floyd, Smith and Wheeler, three young African-American actors, were attracted to the contemporary nature of the play upon first read, and impressed with Salter's ability to write from a male perspective.

Counter Productions Opens PASSING STRANGE, 2/24
by Kelsey Denette - Feb 22, 2012

The Tony Winning Broadway Sensation Passing Strange begins previews Thursday, February 23 with an official press opening set for Friday, February 24.