Thank you to everyone who came out to audition! See the results below!
We are still in need to two more actors – see below!
Some scripts may contain mature language and themes and will not be censored
Performances: May 8 & 9, 2015
Venue: Little Carver Civic Center
Friday & Saturday: 8pm
Contact: For more information email email@example.com or call (210) 560.0481
Andrew Jacobi Jeter
Writer: Derick Edgren
Director: Michele Crowder
Cast: Denise Swain & Pamela Brantly
When Carla feels as though her job in Atlanta has not given her a sufficient creative outlet, she goes to her mother for the money she needs to move to New York City and start her own all-black hybrid literary journal/news source. But in light of recent events of racial injustice, her mother is more than cautious about giving her the money.
“Haiti La Rain Give Notice”
Writer: Denis Meadows
Director: Candice Gilmore
Cast: DeLaine Starks
Haiti La Rain, a working mother in her 40’s, works as a cleaning lady in the Clinton White House. During an overnight shift, she recalls her difficult life, especially the harrowing time she was called to the phone by the president to speak to her son on a troop ship on its way to invading Haiti.
Writer: Martha Patterson
Director: DeAnna Brown
Cast:Kevin Majors, Antoinette Lakey, Patty Corres, Cole Kyler
TBA (Caucasian Male for Police Officer needed)
Based on the Harvard professor Gates and Sargeant Crowley racism debacle in Cambridge, Mass., July 2009, BROTHERLY LOVE is about an African-American Harvard professor and his wife and a white brother and sister coming to terms with their relationships and current events taking place in Massachusetts.
Writer: Kay Poiro
Director: Xiarissa Consunji
Cara Wallace & Jose Corres
1 African American females – age 20s
If you are proud of something shout from the roof top for all to hear.
“Just A Bus Driver”
Writer: Susan Middaugh
Director: Louisette Zurita
Cast: Foster Dorrough & TBA (Male actor of color needed)
On the eve of his retirement, a city bus driver encounters a passenger who plans to commit a murder after he gets off the bus.
“Ice Cream Man”
Writer: Willie Johnson
Director: Alex Corres
Two men living in the same American city, occupy very different worlds within that city. As the tension between these two men grow, each struggles to assert his power over the other.
***Please be aware there is no financial payment. Writers retain full rights and credit for all work produced. TRG also conducts table readings as a tool for writers to hear their work out loud and continue their artistic journey.