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: Dana Suggs, owner of Body and Soul helps a customer. (Photo by Todd Luck) With more than 60,000 attendees expected at the National Black Theatre Festival this
In above photo: ESOSA (Emilio Sosa) and Idris Goodwin walk down the runway as people who came to see the
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: Prime Tyme Soul Cafe on University Parkway already is welcoming the National Black Theatre Festival before it