African-American Shakespeare Company

From left, Paige Mayes, Clara McDaniel and Tavia Percia appear in the African-American Shakespeare Company’s excellent production of George C. Wolfe’s “The Colored Museum.” (Courtesy Lance Huntley)

‘Colored Museum’ a sharp, spot-on satire

The abundant acting and directing talent on display in African-American Shakespeare Company’s…

 

COURTESY LANCE HUNTLEYMichael Wayne Turner

Modern take on ‘Tempest’ at African-American Shakespeare Co.

If you hadn’t read director Nancy Carlin’s notes in the program, you’d…

 

COURTESY ERIK TOMASSONMaria Kochetkova dances in the title role with Joan Boada as the prince in San Francisco Ballet’s magical “Cinderella.”

Sassy, spirited ‘Cinderella’

The African-American Shakespeare Company’s seasonal production of “Cinderella” is back — full…

 

Courtesy PhotoBelinda Sullivan

‘Merry Wives’ a raucous time

Director Becky Kemper based her version of Shakespeare’s “The Merry Wives of…

Courtesy PhotoBelinda Sullivan
Courtesy PhotoZZ Moor and Tyrone Davis play Maggie and Brick in the African-American Shakespeare Company’s feisty production of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.”

African-American Shakespeare’s ‘Cat’ has bite

If you only know “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” from the…

Courtesy PhotoZZ Moor and Tyrone Davis play Maggie and Brick in the African-American Shakespeare Company’s feisty production of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.”
COURTESY PHOTOTitle role: L. Jeffrey Moore is among the excellent ensemble in African-American Shakespeare Company’s “Julius Caesar.”

A highly charged, compact 'Julius Caesar’

If you doubt whether six actors can effectively play all necessary roles…

COURTESY PHOTOTitle role: L. Jeffrey Moore is among the excellent ensemble in African-American Shakespeare Company’s “Julius Caesar.”

Fun holiday comedic ‘Cinderella’

Nothing will put you in the holiday spirit more quickly than the…