Posts Tagged ‘PRPAC’

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, July 26th, 2018

Bill Rowland, head of the Paul Robeson Performing Arts Company, spoke during an event at Hendricks Chapel (circa 2006)

Year in Review (Theater)

Saturday, December 31st, 2016
Karin Franklin-King in the Colored Museum.

Karin Franklin-King in the Colored Museum.

Week in Review

Sunday, June 26th, 2016

Flighty from Syracuse in Focus on Vimeo.

Cast of Curators along the Corridor

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
A portion of the ensemble who played in The Colored Museum at Grace Episcopal Church. The play was written by George C. Wolfe and directed by Jackie Warren-Moore.

A portion of the ensemble who played in The Colored Museum at Grace Episcopal Church. The play was written by George C. Wolfe and directed by Jackie Warren-Moore.

Old School Cooking Show

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
Stephanie Thomas played Aunt Ethel in The Colored Museum

Stephanie Thomas played the character Aunt Ethel in production of The Colored Museum. This role was her debut with the Paul Robeson Performing Arts Company.

Mamma, I want to sing (and dance and act)

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
Karin Franklin King, Nicole Blue, Bertha Adams and Lonnie Johnson prepare for the closing scene of "Last Mama on the Couch" in The Colored Museum.

Karin Franklin-King, Nicole Blue, Bertha Adams and Lonnie Johnson prepare for the closing scene of “Last Mama on the Couch” in The Colored Museum. The play had a two-day run at Grace Episcopal Church along the Connective Corridor.

La La’s Life on Display

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
Karin Franklin-King played Lala Lamazing Grace during last night's performance of The Colored Museum.

Karin Franklin-King played Lala Lamazing Grace during last night’s performance of The Colored Museum. ┬áIn the exhibit/sketch she confronts her former self. Franklin-King, who is a former TV talk show host, is also a member of the Board for the Paul Robeson Performing Arts Company.

One on One

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
Charles Anderson (left) as Man, allows his blood to boil and slowly turns his rage to wrath against the Kid, played by Dejavante Bellamy. The exhibit/scene was from The Colored Museum's "Symbiosis"

Charles Anderson (left) as Man, allows his blood to boil, and slowly turns his rage to wrath against the Kid, played by Dejavante Bellamy. The exhibit/scene was from The Colored Museum’s “Symbiosis.”

About Face

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
Lonnie Johnson made his debut with the Paul Robeson Performing Arts Company.

Lonnie Johnson made his debut with the Paul Robeson Performing Arts Company in the production of The Colored Museum.

Johnson as a soldier in The Colored Museum.

Johnson as a soldier in The Colored Museum.

The Rabbi morphs into Roj

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
Rabbi Derrick Whit, who is also an actor, played the role of Roz in The Colored Museum.

Rabbi Derrick Whit, who is also an actor and musician, played the role of Roj in The Colored Museum. He gets a drink from Debra Richardson (right).