Video: Finding Fish appeal

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Finding Fish – Carlyle Brown & Co. Video Appeal. Donate to Finding Fish’s Hatchfund campaign » Related: Finding Fish Hatchfund Campaign Announced

On Shakespeare and Cultural Identity

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In 2011, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival produced Carlyle Brown’s play The African Company Presents Richard III, which recounts the historic 1821 staging of Shakespeare’s Richard III by America’s first African-American theater company. Carlyle was invited to speak at the festival, and an excerpt of his remarks was recently published in the Star Tribune: When Oregon Shakespeare Festival artistic director Bill […]

Video: $5000 needed to produce Acting Black

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Part spoken word, part stand-up comedy, part Ted Talk, complete with power-point presentation, ACTING BLACK riffs on the roots of American racism and its consequences for all of us. We need $5000 to make this performance happen. Please join the adventure.

In the News: American Theatre

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Sometimes, it seems, the two heavyweights are getting ready to rumble. In one corner is Charleston, S.C.–born and Harlem-reared playwright Carlyle Brown. In the other, representing the Gateway Arch, is St. Louis­–bred actor-director James A. Williams.

Interview with “Word of Mouth” on New Hampshire Public Radio

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In February of 2013, Carlyle performed The Fula from America: An African Journey at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, New Hampsire. It was a fund-raising event for Portsmouth’s African Burying Ground, and was followed by a candelight procession to the site where the design for a memorial was unveiled. While in New Hampshire, Virginia Prescott […]