Jefferson School African American Heritage Center’s Charlottesville Players Guild was revived due to a desire of Black artists to tell their stories, to have a place to be their true and authentic selves, to grow as artists. We are committed to doing all of that work, no matter how painful it may be. It isContinue reading “Calling in Black: The Trials and Tribulations of Producing Black Theatre”
My directing professor at VCU gave us a definition of theater at the beginning of our first class. He called it an “imitation of life”. He impressed upon us that as artists, as directors, actors and designers, we were creating a world. A world that started with the words from the playwright and ended withContinue reading “This is CPG”
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