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Special Performances

Troupe TRG is available for Special Peformances at your event! Please
contact us at 210-560-0481 or via email for
more information.

SA to SA (San Antonio to South Africa) Festival
PrimaDonna Productions
Continental Café, 6390 Fairdale (near Rittiman Rd and I-35)
San Antonio’s 3rd Annual South African Festival, “SA to SA” (San Antonio to South Africa). A truly unusual and cultural event featuring South African music, authentic food, demonstrations, dance instruction, jewelry and drum making, and more. Includes a children’s area.
South African Film Festival – Featuring film shorts by South African filmmakers or films on South African subjects. Read all about it on the website.
Also featured will be The Renaissance Guild with a short play
Lion and the Jewel
By: Wole Soyinka
Adapted By/Directed By: Jenelva Carter

Sidi/ the Jewel ~ Jenelva Carter, Lankunle ~ Clifford Ross, Sadiku ~ Stephanie Hicks, Baroka/ the Lion ~ Justin Keown and Dancer: Shamona Carter

Run Dates: October 8, 2005
Times: Festival: Noon – 7:00 p.m.
First Annual Film Festival – 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Tickets: Adults $5.00; Kids 12 & under $2.00
Phone: 210-822-3552

Simply The Best Caterers
October 8, 2005

The SBC Foundation and the Carver Development Board are celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the Carver Community Cultural Center with a yearlong exhibit entitled Common Ground .

Works from the SBC Collection of Twentieth Century American Art, featuring twelve African- American artists, will be presented in the SBC Gallery from Jan. 20 — Dec. 9, 2005. The yearlong celebration will present various media, techniques and imagery that exemplify the diversity of the African-American culture.

The Renaissance Guild presented two Readers Theatre pieces on Sunday, April 10, 2005 and Sunday, August 14, 2005 at the SBC Gallery at 4pm.

Sunday, April 10, 2005
From the Wilderness into the Promised Land
Adapted by Latrelle Bright
Performed by – Tamedra Jones, Jonathan Bass, Latrelle Bright, Danielle King and Paul Riddle, Jr.

Sunday, August 14, 2005
Black Women Speak: Voices from the Harlem Renaissance
Adapted by Latrelle Bright


 


Past Special Performances:

January 2005
From the Wilderness, Into the Promised Land
Adapted by Latrelle Bright
Seguin MLK Dinner Celebration

April 2004
Aesop’s Fables: a Children’s Theatre Piece
Adapted by Latrelle Bright
CityYear San Antonio

January 2004
Southern Cross by Jon Klein
Seguin MLK Dinner Celebration

October 2003
Aesop’s Fables: a Children’s Theatre Piece
Adapted by Latrelle Bright
Second Annual San Antonio to South Africa Humanities Festival

January 2003
Blessed Assurance by Laddy Sarkin
Seguin MLK Dinner Celebration

September 2002
Excerpt from Godspell by Stephen Schwartz 12th Annual ATAC Globe Awards Gala

August 2002
Gangsters by Moisha Maponya
First Annual San Antonio to South Africa Humanities Festival
August 2001

All in the Timing
By David Ives
&
The Role of Della
By John J. Wooten

Directed by Latrelle Bright
Barnes & Noble Theatre Nite


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