A RARE OPPORTUNITY ATLANTA ACTORS...
The Atlanta Black Theatre Festival Presents: T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh's Tools of the Trade - Audition Preparation Workshop - What Every Professional and Aspiring Actor Needs to Know to Conduct the Business of Acting.
T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh has performed in twenty films, more than fifty stage productions, as a series regular on seven television shows including the internationally popular, “In Living Color,” “Cosby,” and “That’s So Raven,” and currently on Hulu’s “There’s Johnny.” She is also a writer, director and producer.
Keymáh earned a B.S. in Theatre at Florida A&M University, where she has since received an Honorary Doctorate, and has had more than four decades of professional entertainment experience. Keymáh offer's 'Tools for the Trade' lectures, workshops, and private and semi-private coaching for aspiring and working actors.
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All the magic at the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival happens under one roof!
October 2 - 5, 2019
3181 Rainbow Drive * Decatur, GA 30034
Atlanta Black Theatre Festival 2015
Atlanta Black Theatre Festival offers the nation's largest selection of Afro-centric theatrical performances under one roof. The ABTF was recently named among the five "top theatre festivals to visit around the world" by TopTenZilla.com. More like a family reunion than a festival, the event schedule is a full marathon of plays, master classes, parties, musical performances, vendors' market and more.
Atlanta Black Theatre Festival's popular staged reading series features original works from the minds of some of the most prolific wordsmiths of our time! Writers have a rare opportunity to test or share original content for live stage and/or digital platforms (tv/film). Each reading gives patrons a rare glimpse into the development process and an opportunity to give feedback.
CALLING ALL ARTISTS! It takes more than talent to make it in this industry. Are you looking for an opportunity to network and share industry trends in a supportive, collaborative environment? The Atlanta Black Theatre Festival's Creative Connections for Artists is a just that. A unique platform that intimately connects aspiring artists with influential entertainment experts, professors, and award-winning professionals of color.
Experience our version of "Black Friday"! Economic viability is a crucial pillar to building community. The Atlanta Black Theatre Festival's International Vendors' Market and Art Gallery connects you with proprietors that offer a unique selection of visual, fine and wearable art. Start your holiday shopping early while keeping community based businesses in the "black"! This event is free and open to the public. Gallery talks require registration (due to limited space).
Spend one or all four power packed days immersed in an incredible artistic experience. This star studded event closes with a Gala that includes a critically acclaimed performance and tribute to celebrity legends who have paved the way for the next generation. This red carpet event is immediately followed by the reveal of the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival Favorite Award winners and a VIP After Glow! Perfect for those looking for extraordinary things to do in Atlanta!
The Atlanta Black Theatre Festival is proudly expanding this platform to provide LIVE musical entertainment every night in the Backstage Cafe'. This post show entertainment treat is our commitment to host curated quality talent from the community. So grab a beverage and a bite and savor the sounds of underground Atlanta!
The Atlanta Black Theatre Festival brings you the best of the fest with ABTF Encore! We select your Festival Favorite and bring it back for a full-run. Dates: April 10 - 14, 2019
Venue: Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Center
The Atlanta Black Theatre Festival collaborates with universities like South Carolina State, Fort Valley State and Georgia State, to provide hands on experiences to the next generation of African-American students seeking opportunities in creative careers.
Common Core Standards come alive at the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival! Thanks to strong pARTnerships with corporations like PNC Bank, we present curriculum centered, historically themed plays. Each play is presented with a socially responsible message to students in public, private, charter and home schools.
S.T.A.R.T. TEEN CAMP: A summer art and technology S.T.E.A.M. camp that provides educational and internship training for teens interested in creative careers in theatre and the digital arts (tv, film).