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The Agape Theatre Project’s Rendition of Samm-Art Williams’ Dramedy The Dance on Widow’s Row Is a Fast and Frivolous Farcical Feast

Our hats are off to director Terra C. Hodge and producer Kenneth Hinton Sr. for this opener of the Agape Theatre Project’s second season: The Dance on Widow’s Row by North Carolina playwright Samm-Art Williams — a fast and frivolous farcical feast playing through Sunday, May 12th, at Burning Coal Theatre Company’s Murphey School Auditorium,… Read More ›

"Home" runs through June 26th at Clare Hall

Joseph Callender, Rasool Jahan, and Joy Williams Sparkle in JTP’s Production of “Home”

While Joseph Callender’s eloquence as Cephus Miles in “Home” wins the hearts and minds of Justice Theater Project’s patrons, Rasool Jahan and Joy Williams alternately tickle the audience’s funny-bones and raise their hackles with their charismatic characterizations of some two dozen people — good, bad, and ugly.

"Home" Plays June 10-26 in Clare Hall

Joseph Callender Stars as Black Everyman Cephus Miles in “Home” by Samm-Art Williams

When he first read “Home,” director Sean A. Brosnahan says, “I remember being struck by the beauty of the narrative; [and] the way Samm-Art Williams threads dialog, commentary, narration, and poetry into one seamless piece of theatrical art.”