Hear our Artistic Director, Kenny Leon, discussing the August Wilson Monologue Competition as well as his newest revival of A Raisin in the Sun, which has garnered critical praise.
Remember to join us this Saturday for a free community conversation on race in relation to the media and politics with our esteemed panel: Congressman John Lewis, Rabbi Alvin Sugarman, Atlanta Daily World Publisher’s M. Alexis Scott and Senator Jason Carter.
For more info please visit: www.truecolorstheatre.org
The August Wilson Monologue Competition is mentioned in this great article on Huffington Post’s Impact Blog! Check it out!
Hear actor Neal Ghant discussing our upcoming production of “Race” by David Mamet on AM1690 from this morning.
Race & the Law Panel Discussion with Congressman John Lewis
True Colors is proud to announce we will be holding a panel discussion on race and the law with Congressman John Lewis, Atlanta Daily World publisher M. Alexis Scott, Rabbi Alvin Sugarman and State Senator Jason Carter (pictured clockwise from top left). The discussion will be moderated by David Vigilante, Senior Vice President of Legal for CNN.
The panel will be discussing how issues involving race influence the legal system and how Americans discuss race in the 21st century.
When: Sat. February 15, 2014 at 12 PM
Where: Druid Hills Presbyterian Church: 1026 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! For more information please click here.
Date/Location Set for Holler If Ya Hear Me on Broadway
A date and location have been set for Holler If Ya Hear Me the Broadway musical written by Todd Kreidler and directed by our own Artistic Director Kenny Leon.
The musical opens June 19, 2014 at the Palace Theatre! Stay tuned for when tickets go on sale!
We just received new sketches from costume designer Sydney Roberts for her ideas for Andrew Benator and Ric Reitz’s characters for our upcoming production of Race. See these characters come to life in these great costumes!
Race runs February 25th - March 23rd at the Southwest Arts Center.
For tickets: 1-877-725-8849 or visit www.truecolorstheatre.org
Actor Ric Reitz discussing his character Charles Strickland in our upcoming production of Race by David Mamet. He discusses his character, the power of David Mamet’s words and what he hopes the audience takes away from seeing this production.
Holiday Outing for the Whole Family in Atlanta!
Ballethnic Heralds the Holidays with “Wonderland”
After jump starting the holidays with its celebrated “Urban Nutcracker,” Ballethnic Dance Companywill herald the Christmas-New Year season by offering a capsule version of the ballet: “Wonderland,” on December 21 and 22, at the Southwest Arts Center.
Wonderland — Act II of Urban Nutcracker — offers a delicious trek down Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn Avenue of the ‘40s.The elegant Brown Sugar and her Chocolatier lead 60 children, teens and seniors in the soulful celebration.
Shows are set for Saturday at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.; and on Sunday, at 3 p.m.
General admission is $20 for adults, and $15 for seniors and children; group discounts are available.
For show tickets, contact the Ballethnic office at 404/762-1416; or visit its web site at www.Ballethnic.org.