Category Archives: Plays
Woodie King Jr., founder of the Black Theatre Touring Circuit presents 2014 Black History Month Play Series. Black Theatre Honors 2014 Black History Month.
Woodie King Jr. a pioneer of Black Theatre presented a theatrical reading of Ossie Davis’ play “The People Of Claredon County.”
(L,R) Frankie Faison, Woodie King Jr., Pauletta Washington, E. Roger Mitchell & Voza Rivers
Actress Naturi Naughton and actor Kevin Phillips 41st AUDELCO Awards
The 41st AUDELCO ViV Awards was a sensational event to close the year with. The best of the best took to the stage to share in the excellence of Black Theatre.
The stars of live acting came out to support one another and to see who brought home the “VIV.”
Actress Naturi Naughton and actor Kevin Phillips are two of the most talented emerging stars of stage and screen. Check out what these two dynamic stars had to say about the AUDELCO VIV Awards. Also, listen in as they gave HarlemTalkRadio.com an exclusive scope on their next film project.
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I Got The Last Laugh! Life of Jackie Moms Mabley.
Nizer Saunders for HarlemTalkRadio.com attended the performance of “I Got The Last Laugh!.” The story of Jackie Moms Mabley at the T.B.G Theatre in NYC. HarlemTalkRadio.com interviewed the cast of this profound American story of a woman finding success among the stars. This was a heartfelt story and a performance worth seeing twice.
Cast interviews with Ronnetta Renay as Jackie Moms Mabley 1, Jennifer Lawson as Jackie Moms Mabley 2 and Clay Smith as the reporter Charles Earthstein.
I GOT THE LAST LAUGH! At The T. B. G. Theatre
(Inspired by the Life and Times of Jackie” MOMS” Mabley)
James Prez Carter, Anthony T. Harbin and Big Fish Productions, Directed by Mikell Pinkney.
The cast of I GOT THE LAST LAUGH! Includes:
Jennifer Lawson, Ronnetta Renay and Clay Smith.
I Got The Last Laugh is a dramatic/comedy with music
(Inspired By the Life and Times of Jackie MOMS Mabley)
By Juneen Bowers, James E. Carter and Catrina Ruffin ©2013
Conceived by James E.Carter
When Charles Earthstein who works at the Chicago News and M&M Publications Books, goes to Harlem at The World Famous Apollo Theatre to interview the one and only Jackie “Moms” Mabley. We see/hear her life, present, past performances thought the telling of her life stories 1894 till her death in 1975.
This autobiographical drama/comedy unfolds, through her performance, she shares her hopes, dreams, betrayals, despairs, fame and most importantly, her struggles to be America #1 funny comedian.