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Jenny Parsinen, Taye Diggs and Keenan Scott II

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Taye Diggs, Brian Moreland, Madison McFerrin, Jenny Parsinen, Keenan Scott II and Sha Photo

Taye Diggs, Brian Moreland, Madison McFerrin, Jenny Parsinen, Keenan Scott II and Shannon Stoeke

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11/16/2017
Jenifer Foote, Kate Levering, Jenny Parsinen Photo

Jenifer Foote, Kate Levering, Jenny Parsinen

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10/10/2016
Jenny Parsinen and Wellington Photo

Jenny Parsinen and Wellington

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10/10/2016
Pina De Rosa, Jenny Parsinen, Brianna Brown, Jade Tailor, Alexis Carra, Tracy Jai Edw Photo

Pina De Rosa, Jenny Parsinen, Brianna Brown, Jade Tailor, Alexis Carra, Tracy Jai Edwards, Virginia Williams

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Royal Family Productions to Present A Re-imagining of ROMEO AND JULIET Photo Royal Family Productions to Present A Re-imagining of ROMEO AND JULIET
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 13, 2022

Royal Family Productions will present the inaugural production in a new Young BIPOC Directors series, Romeo and Juliet. This new adaptation of the classic Shakespeare play by Lindsay Price is directed by Lily Ventura.

COVID STILL SUX: The Musical Part 2 to be Presented at the Franco Center Photo COVID STILL SUX: The Musical Part 2 to be Presented at the Franco Center
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 8, 2022

Following the sold-out success of COVID SUX: The Musical at Cumston Hall, Chris Henry, and Mark Falconer have written a new sequel to their previous original musical comedy about the pandemic featuring parodies of hit Broadway songs from shows like Hamilton, Les Miserables, Tick Tick Boom, West Side Story, Chicago, and Annie.

Royal Family Productions to Present MAMA ROSE Photo Royal Family Productions to Present MAMA ROSE
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 1, 2021

Royal Family Productions will present a workshop production of MAMA ROSE. This piece is written and stars Richard E. Waits (A Turtle on a Fence Post, RFP: Worth St.), with direction by Royal Family Creative Director Lorna Ventura and Royal Family Artistic Director Chris Henry. 

FIRESIDE Comes to Cumston Hall Next Month Photo FIRESIDE Comes to Cumston Hall Next Month
by Stephi Wild - Sep 15, 2021

These spooky classics are given new life as chilling theatrical stories. Though told with some humor, this production might be too intense and scary for very young audiences. 

Taye Diggs-Directed THOUGHTS OF A COLORED MAN Announced for Syracuse Stage 2019-20 Se Photo Taye Diggs-Directed THOUGHTS OF A COLORED MAN Announced for Syracuse Stage 2019-20 Season
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 5, 2019

Syracuse Stage announced the shows that will make up the 2019/2020 season: six plays and musicals on subscription plus a special world premiere directed by TV, stage and film actor Taye Diggs. 

Taye Diggs to Direct Reading of New Play THOUGHTS OF A COLORED MAN Photo Taye Diggs to Direct Reading of New Play THOUGHTS OF A COLORED MAN
by Julie Musbach - Nov 29, 2018

New York Theatre Workshop, in association with producer Brian Moreland, will present a private reading of Thoughts of a Colored Man, a new play written by Keenan Scott II, directed by Taye Diggs (Rent, Chicago, TV's 'All American'), and choreographed by Jenny Parsinen (Allegiance), on Friday, November 30 at 3 PM at NYTW's Fourth Street Theatre.

Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with THOUGHTS OF A COLORED MAN Workshop at Arena Stage Photo Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with THOUGHTS OF A COLORED MAN Workshop at Arena Stage
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 20, 2018

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater and producer Brian A. Moreland have partnered on a two-week intensive workshop of playwright Keenan Scott II's Thoughts of a Colored Man. Directed by Taye Diggs, with choreographer Jenny Parsinen, associate director Shannon Stoeke, and music and vocals by Madison McFerrin, the piece takes a raw and honest look at the limitations, stereotypes and obstacles that the world attempts to place on men of color through their discussions of love, race, education, family, and history.

THOUGHTS OF A COLORED MAN Workshop Is Underway Photo THOUGHTS OF A COLORED MAN Workshop Is Underway
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 20, 2018

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater and producer Brian A. Moreland have partnered on a two-week intensive workshop of playwright Keenan Scott II's Thoughts of a Colored Man. Directed by Taye Diggs, with choreographer Jenny Parsinen, associate director Shannon Stoeke, and music and vocals by Madison McFerrin, the piece takes a raw and honest look at the limitations, stereotypes and obstacles that the world attempts to place on men of color through their discussions of love, race, education, family, and history.

WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontlines Has Been Extended Photo WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontlines Has Been Extended
by Stephi Wild - May 30, 2018

Royal Family Productions, a non-profit theatre company known for its innovative productions and development of new original work, will extend its acclaimed production of WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontlines to accommodate the demand. WOMEN ON FIRE is written, curated, and directed by Royal Family artistic director Chris Henry from stories told to her by a group of anonymous women, with choreography from Lorna Ventura. The show began performances on May 11 and extended twice due to popular demand and critical and industry acclaim. WOMEN ON FIRE: will now run through June 8, 2018 at Royal Family Performing Arts Space (145 West 46th Street, 3rd Floor). Tickets are $45-$65 and can be purchased by clicking www.RoyalFamilyProductions.org

WOMEN ON FIRE Extends Through June 1st Photo WOMEN ON FIRE Extends Through June 1st
by Julie Musbach - May 17, 2018

Royal Family Productions, a non-profit theatre company known for its innovative productions and development of new original work, will extend its acclaimed production of WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontlines to accommodate the demand. WOMEN ON FIRE is written, curated, and directed by Royal Family artistic director Chris Henry from stories told to her by a group of anonymous women, with choreography from Lorna Ventura.