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Do you have your reservations for our 2nd Feature of the month at Pearl Studios on Monday, January 22nd? Learn more about “Stuck” by Paris Crayton III.
ABOUT THE PLAY: Jacob Charles has always been great at suppressing his true feelings until one night, after a few drinks, he gives in to what he has secretly always longed for. Shortly after, he receives news of his girlfriend’s pregnancy which sends him through a whirlwind of emotions. He begins to have therapy sessions with Whitney Armstrong, who is also going through her own problems trying to manage a relationship with a married woman.
Khadar and Guinivere answer an ad in Essence for what they believe to be Ms. Yasha’s dating service and find “Shoppin’ for N.I.G.G.A.S” a dating service insisting that every black woman needs a N.I.G.G.A. and that every black man is one.
“I Black Woman I”, written by Franz Reynold, is a work for the theater that seeks to challenge the limited concepts attributed to our potential. It speaks to all of us who hold our dreams sacred and strive for a more sublime self, rooted in enlightened consciousness.
Reflections on working on David Mamet’s Race by Blackboard devotee and actress, Toccarra Cash When our illustrious Blackboard founder, Garlia, asked me to write a post on Blackboard’s blog about my very recent experience performing the role of Susan in David Mamet’s intense legal drama, Race at Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota, Florida, I jumped …