Free Play Series Toward an Antiracist Tomorrow by Eleanor Roosevelt High School and Greenbelt Arts Center, May 1 & 2, Online

Free Play Series Toward an Antiracist Tomorrow by Eleanor Roosevelt High School and Greenbelt Arts Center, May 1 & 2, Online

Eleanor Roosevelt High School students Mecca Lartigue and Anya Wilkinson, in association with the Greenbelt Arts Center present:

a series of FREE PLAYS toward an ANTIRACIST TOMORROW
by idris goodwin
directed by andi fontaine, rikki howie, danya ford, kate magill and niya john

Performance DATES: May 1 – 2, 2021
Saturday, May 1, 2021 at 7pm
Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 3pm
Discussion to follow each show

FREE PLAY Series by Idris Goodwin

Produced by Eleanor Roosevelt High School students Mecca Lartigue and Anya Wilkinson in association with Greenbelt Arts Center, Online.

THE WATER GUN SONG
finds a parent trying to find the words to explain to a child why a water gun isn’t simply a toy
Directed by Niya John

#MATTER
is a two hander about former high school friends debating matters of life and race.
Directed by Andi Fontaine

BLACK FLAG
finds two new dorm-mates excited to start their freshman year together, until one decides to decorate their room with a little piece of ‘Southern pride.’
Directed by DaNya Ford

Click here for more information.

Auditions for Free Play Series by Eleanor Roosevelt High School and Greenbelt Arts Center, Mar 17, Online

Auditions for Free Play Series by Greenbelt Arts Center, Mar 17, Online

mecca lartigue & anya wilkinson in association with Greenbelt Arts Center present:

a series of FREE PLAYS toward an ANTIRACIST TOMORROW
by idris goodwin
directed by andi fontaine, rikki howie, danya ford, kate magill and niya john

FREE PLAY Series by Idris Goodwin

Produced by Eleanor Roosevelt High School students Mecca Lartigue and Anya Wilkinson in association with the Greenbelt Arts Center

THE WATER GUN SONG
finds a parent trying to find the words to explain to a child why a water gun isn’t simply a toy
Directed by Niya John

#MATTER
is a two hander about former high school friends debating matters of life and race.
Directed by Andi Fontaine and Rikki Howie

BLACK FLAG
finds two new dorm-mates excited to start their freshman year together, until one decides to decorate their room with a little piece of ‘Southern pride.’
Directed by DaNya Ford and Kate Magill Robinson

You must be available for ALL the rehearsal and performance dates. Click here for more details

Auditions: March 17, 1:00 pm or 4:30 pm

Callbacks: To Be Determined

SHOW DATES: May 1 – 2, 2021

Prepare a 30-60 second dramatic monologue that showcases your talents as a performer.

Email gacyouthreps@gmail.com to sign up for an audition slot.

Greenbelt Arts Center Old-Time Radio, Online

Greenbelt Arts Center Old-Time Radio, Online

Greenbelt Arts Center presents
Old Time Radio
Directed by Rikki Howie

By Greenbelt Arts Center, Online.

Suspense – Twas The Night Before Christmas
My Friend Irma – Irma Wants Extra Money for Christmas

Online performance, click here.

Seven Guitars by Tantallon at Harmony Hall, Feb 21-Mar 9

Seven Guitars by Tantallon at Harmony Hall, Feb 21-Mar 9, 2014

Directed by Rikki Howie.

Tantallon Community Players at Harmony Hall Regional Center in Fort Washington, Maryland.

Friday February 21, 2014 through Sunday March 9, 2014. Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 3pm.

Description: The 1940s installment of August Wilson’s Pittsburgh Cycle explores one African-American man’s fight for his own humanity, self-understanding and self-acceptance in the face of personal and societal ills. Described as “part bawdy comedy, part dark elegy and part mystery”, Seven Guitars is another Wilson masterpiece.

Ticket prices: (to be confirmed) $15 adults, $12 students and seniors, $10 for groups of 10 or more (in advance.) Click here to buy tickets on-line.

Auditions for Seven Guitars by Tantallon at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Nov 24 & Dec 1

Auditions for Seven Guitars by Tantallon at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Nov 24 & Dec 1

Directed by Rikki Howie.

Tantallon Community Players at Harmony Hall Regional Center in Fort Washington, Maryland.

Auditions will be at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 9801 Livingston Road, Fort Washington MD.

Performances will be Friday February 21, 2014 through Sunday March 2, 2014. Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 3pm.

Description: The 1940s installment of August Wilson’s Pittsburgh Cycle explores one African-American man’s fight for his own humanity, self-understanding and self-acceptance in the face of personal and societal ills. Described as “part bawdy comedy, part dark elegy and part mystery”, Seven Guitars is another Wilson masterpiece.

For more information, including roles to be cast, go to: http://www.tantallonstage.com/live/ and click on “Auditions.”