Shows

Black Man-O-logues

There are enumerable perspectives on black love. There is the love between a husband and wife; the love between a parent and child; the love between siblings; the love between best friends, the love of a community, etc., etc. “What runs through the head of a black man when he is confronted with the subject…Love. Black Man-ologues offers answers to the question of “How Does a Blackman Express Love”? In this piece, nine diverse characters offer a montage of experiences and perspectives on black love.”

Black Man-O-logues II

There are enumerable perspectives on black love. There is the love that a parent exhibits when raising a child; the love that separates reality and fantasy; love of self-identity; love of brotherhood etc., etc. “What runs through the head of a black man when he is confronted with the subject…Love. The Black Man-O-logues 2 continues to offer answers to the question of “How Does a Blackman Express Love”? In this follow-up to the smash hit “the Black Man-O-logues”, ten diverse characters offer a montage of experiences and perspectives on black love.”

Choices

Everybody cheats right? Are marriages meant to last forever? Forever… with the same person? Why would a spouse cheat? What’s behind the deception? Can marriages recover from infidelity? What about the secrets we keep and how they impact our lives? Is it really less complicated to “hit it and quit it”? Choices examines the consequences of our decisions and their impact our lives.

Tears of A Rose


Tears of A Rose is a play that explores the concept of giving loved ones their flowers while they’re living as opposed to waiting until they’re gone. This play uses the lens of motherhood to address the concerns of delayed expressions of gratitude, appreciation, and love for those who have significantly impacted our lives. ‘Tears’ hopes to inspire its viewers to examine their own lives in order to express these emotions to a parent, sibling, relative, or friend. Some of the scenarios include: a woman who questions her motherhood when losing her child; a mother who adopts a child; a man who misses his mother’s funeral while incarcerated. “Tears of A Rose” was formerly titled “Fading Flowers”. This is the same show, but a more exciting title.