BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Anna Maria Horsford and Obba Babatunde will serve as the celebrity co-chairs for the next National Black Theatre Festival scheduled for July 31 through Aug.
With many boycotting North Carolina because of HB 2, events that draw visitors from out of state, like next year’s National Black Theatre Festival, may be affected.
To the Editor: From the beginning, the North Carolina Black Repertory Company (NCBRC) has used theatre to give back to the community. Every two years, the NCBRC hosts the National
Above: Leo Rucker’s painting of Garland Lee Thompson Sr. Special to The Chronicle The National Black Theatre Festival (NBTF) honored the late Garland Lee Thompson Sr., a playwright, who died
In above photo: Black Rep history author Felecia Piggott-Long congratulates Warren Dell Leggett of Winston-Salem for his humanitarian award at
In above photo: Winston-Salem native Jackee Harry discusses “Black Stars of the Great White Way”. This is Harry’s first time
In above photo: Vivian Reed presents insights into “An Evening with Vivian Reed” at a press conference on Tuesday, Aug.
In above photo: Inside the National Black Theatre Festival Hall of Fame and Museum is an exhibit dedicated to the
In above photo: Dana Suggs, owner of Body and Soul helps a customer. (Photo by Todd Luck) With more than
In above photo: ESOSA (Emilio Sosa) and Idris Goodwin walk down the runway as people who came to see the