Dinner is an insightful and comedic look at the inter-cultural dynamics between African-Americans and Africans when two families meet to celebrate their children's unexpected engagement. This play asks not "who's coming to dinner" but what's on the political and cultural menu when the African Diaspora gathers to dine.
February 21, 2020 @ 7:30 PMBuy Tickets
Letters From Freedom Summer is a powerful, dramatic reminder of a time when young believers dared to venture across racial lines to gallantly and courageously face the threat of violence and even murder for the sake of a greater good. But also, for today’s America, it is a call for action.
February 22, 2020 @ 7:30 PMBuy Tickets
Iseult et Tristan is an adaptation of the 12th century tragic romance centered on the adulterous love affair between Cornish knight Tristan and Irish princess/healer Iseult, who is set to marry King Mark of Cornwall. In this 21st century retelling of the story, a young, African-American boxer, Iseult, struggles with addiction and her love for her sister Margot's fiancé, Tristan — all while she pursues her dream of being a gold medalist at the Olympics.