Reading Series of New Works

Wed. Oct. 3 @ 3pm - $7+

No Set Religion 

by LaToya Conaway

"Nashida" is a soul searcher on a quest to find truth and a spiritual connection through various religions.

Wed. Oct. 3 @ 5pm - $7+

Deep Greenwood: The Hidden Truth of Black Wallstreet by Michaela Walter 

Based on a true story of how and why a black business district was created and destroyed in 1921 in the community of Greenwood, Oklahoma. 

Wed. Oct. 3 @ 5:30pm - $7+

Dear Carol Ann 

by Gloria Terry

A heartwarming play about two women and their quest to understand their friendship in the face of tragedy. 

Wed. Oct. 3 @ 9pm - $7+

I Didn't Know 

by Kayla Richardson & Perrice Ledbetter 

Deals with issues of diversity, inclusion, sexual identity, STD and pregnancy prevention...  Don’t leave saying, “I didn’t know!” 

Thu. Oct. 4 @ 3pm - $7+

Clean Sheets  by Jeanette Hill

From the award-winning playwright Jeanette Hill comes a riveting story of secrets and lies. Watch what happens when family blessings collide with family curses. 

Thu. Oct. 4 @ 5:30pm - $7+

Harlem Nocturnal Emissions 

by Arthur W. French III 

Something strange happens when people's lives intertwine one day at the Studio Museum in Harlem. 

Fri. Oct. 5 @ 3pm $7+

Pieces by Sandra Hamlin; directed by Jocelyn Sanders:  Two "seasoned" women one white, one black; are forced to sit next to each other on a crowded bus in the midst of the Trump era. It's going to be a bumpy ride. 

Fri. Oct. 5 @ 5:30pm - $7+

Don't Bite the Hand That Feeds You 

by Valerie Ruby Ingram

Someone's always stirring up drama in this story of dysfunction and family. 


Sat. Oct. 6 @ 12pm - $7+

Therapy by Jennie Pless

A typical drug rehab therapy session does not go as planned. 

"Life or drugs; it is time to make a choice." 


Sat. Oct. 6 @ 12:30pm - $7+

Black Matter by Aubrey S. Williams

Follow the lives of young Black men and women as they use their personal experiences to discuss ways in which they can seek liberation. 

Don't pick a play, pick a day!

Immerse yourself in our popular series of  new works written by emerging black playwrights.


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