Nevada Conservatory Theatre: The African Company Presents Richard III
by Carlyle Brown
Directed by Melissa Maxwell
New York. 1821. America’s first black theatre company, the African Company, presents classic plays at a theatre in downtown Manhattan for both black and white audiences. But they are challenged when they dare to put on Shakespeare’s Richard III at the same time as the powerful and popular Park Theatre. Carlyle Brown’s humorous and touching play, based on real-life events, dares to ask the question: does Shakespeare belong to everyone?
$25 - All Seats
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Students may receive one $10 ticket with identification.
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