UPCOMING: 3rd Annual New Black Fest, 10/8-13

@thenewblackfest presents a third season of new voices in the theater

Hard to believe our friends at The New Black Fest are about to start their third festival, but that’s exactly the case!  The festival is a collective dedicated to celebrating new voices in the theater, and kicks off with a conversation between Tony Award-winning actress Tonya Pinkins and PONY Fellow playwright Dominique Morisseau, co-presented with 651 Arts at the Classical Theater of Harlem.

All events are free and start at 7pm (except for October 13, which begins at 2pm).

Festival schedule:

Monday, Oct 8 at 7pm
The New Black Fest at 651 ARTS
Live & Outspoken with Tony Award Winning Actress Tonya Pinkins
moderated by PONY Fellow Dominique Morisseau

Tuesday, Oct 9 at 7pm
black Odyssey by Marcus Gardley
The National Black Theatre

Wednesday, Oct 10 at 7pm
in collaboration with New Federal Theater and Legacy Productions
Bodies by Carla Stillwell
directed by Chuck Smith

Thursday, Oct 11 at 7pm
The New Black Fest at 651 ARTS 
An evening of new plays by New Black Fest inaugural fellows Kevin R. Free, Mfoniso Udofia, Glenn Gordon
Mark Morris Dance Center

Friday, Oct 12 at 7pm
The New Black Fest 
New Black Music with Mazz Swift, Imani Uzuri and Andre Zachery
The National Black Theatre

Saturday, Oct 13 at 2pm
Silent Voices by Judith Adong
directed by Dennis Hilton-Reid
Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz Center

Full information on each event is on the festival site here.

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