NCBRC 2016 – 2017 Season
The Comfort of Faith
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Marvtastic Bash Celebration & Slient Auction: A celebration of the Life & Legacy of Larry Leon Hamlin, NCBRC/NBTF founder -Winston-Salem Marriott Hotel. Tickets for this event are $40.00
The Sting of White Roses (World Premier) written by Angelica Cheri and Directed by Jackie Alexander.
On the verge of welcoming his first child into the world, David Seed arrives at the one place he feels safe enough to deliver his child; his mother’s home. But as he and his wife prepare to welcome this brand new life, his wife’s body betrays her, and for the first time David meets an illness that he’s not sure his anointed voice can heal.
Black Nativity, written by Langston Hughes, is an electrifying rendition of the Christmas story told with an infusion of gospel music, dance and spoken word. The director and choreographer is Broadway veteran Mabel Robinson. The cast includes some of the best talent in the Triad area. Audiences are captivated by this wonderful holiday classic. Performance elements are changed each year to showcase the artists.
December 31 @ 1PM
KWANZAA Celebration – Kuumba
The NCBRC continues to support this culturally relevant citywide celebration through the collaboration with the Forsyth County Public Library system. The event is educational as well as entertaining and serves a vehicle to celebrate the history of the African Diaspora.
January 15 @3PM
The North Carolina Black Repertory Company will present it’s Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration on Sunday January 15th from 3p.m. to 4p.m. Admission is free with three non-perishable food items.
A once powerful religious leader faces a crisis of faith, while clinging to his dignity with the support of his most devoted congregation—family.
Maid’s Door Written by Cheryl Davis and Directed by Jackie Alexander
A family is pushed to the breaking point as they struggle to save their beloved matriarch from being robbed of a glorious present by ghosts from her past.
June 19 @8PM
Project1Voice, the NCBRC will join over 30 black theatres, museums and diverse institutions throughout the world in a staged reading. Play name TBA.