Illustration by Jason Johnson, JKL Illustrations, 305.206.4313
Written by Celeste B. Walker
Cougars are the focus of Walkers' play. This comedy with serious undertones is centered around three lively and professional women, who start dating younger men.
January 18- February 4, 2018
Written by James Weldon JohnsonThis great drama and music is a soul stirring experience! God's Trombones, written by James Weldon Johnson the performance is conceived and directed by John Pryor, a long time Artistic Director for the M Ensemble Company. For it's 47th season, M Ensemble is bringing back this production in its' new venue, the Sandrell Rivers Theater. God's Trombones, previously directed by Pryor, is based on the sermon poems of James Weldon Johnson, an important civil rights leader and literary figure of the early 20th century. In a different version, the cast of powerful actors, musicians and dancers will revive this production on the plain beauty of James Weldon Johnson’s words, once heard, never forgotten.
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April 12 - May 4, 2018
by Pearl Cleage
Directed by Jerry Maple, Jr.
June 8-25, 2017
KINGS OF HARLEM
by Layon Gray
January 5-29, 2017
This play is based on the 1939 Harlem Rens basketball team, where eight men overcame adversity to win more than 2,000 games while barnstorming throughout segregated parts of the country, inspiring a race and compiling the most impressive winning streak in basketball history.
BROTHERS OF THE DUST
by Daren M. Canady
March 9-26, 2017
Darren Canady's "Brothers of the Dust," unfolds in 1950s rural Arkansas, not long after the "Little Rock Nine" faced down Gov. Orval Faubus and the Arkansas National Guard and desegregated Little Rock Central High School. But the burgeoning civil rights movement is mainly background for this formulaic but beautifully performed story of a family fighting over their divergent views of the future.