“Bookends: The Effects of Incarceration on Children and The Elderly”
Soul Rebel at Cap Rep produced in association with Pro Bono & Outreach Services
Variety Show for Youth and Adults
A Weekend of One-Acts, Monologues, Skits and Poetry –
Also featuring: with the youth performances: *Ribbon in the Sky* will present a multi-generational, high altitude celebration of movement. Dancers in the sky will be mirrored by dancers on the ground, accompanied by live percussion. Artists Mara Afzali, Leah Penniman, Mia Emmert, Asja Afzali, and Emet Vitale-Penniman.
Reunion in Bartersville
By Celeste Bedford-Walker
The 1933 class of Bartersville High is having its 50th reunion at Janie Mae Hopper’s house. All of the guests have arrived, ready for an evening of gaiety.
But…they’re in for a heart-stopping surprise when an unexpected guest arrives and turns their party into an evening of hilarious suspense.
Starring Cast: Barbara Howard; Jonathan Campbell; Rebekah Francis; Kathy Marin Wohlfeld; Jean-Remy Monnay; Alphonso Boyd; Colwyn Allen
Talented Crew: Jean-Remy Monnay ; Diane Dembling ; Meghan Carroll; Barbara Neu Berti; Sheilah London Miller
Directed by Jean-Remy Monnay
By Celeste Bedford-Walker at the Schenectady County Community College (SCCC) and at the Sand Lake Center for the Arts (SLCA) in Averill Park, for Black History Month.
Camp Logan is a World War 1 military drama in 2 acts. A theatrical drama based on the 1917 court martials and executions of 19 black soldiers of the 24th Infantry in Houston Texas. Camp Logan received the NAACP Award for best play in 1994.
Featuring: Emmett Ferris; Michael Lake; Mike Banks; Rob Collins; Ken McBain; Don “The Soul Man” Hyman; Frederick Jones
“Soul Rebel theater troupe’s first full production, ‘Camp Logan,’ brings attention to 1917 riot” (Times Union, February 2013)