SEASON 28 - 2021

Save the Date for June 13th at 4 pm as we celebrate Juneteenth 2021 with IN RESPONSE: PART III.

 

We hope you'll join us in the TST Virtual Salon for Performance Readings of these four impactful plays.

 

Another "Contribute What You Can" event.

The Ensemble

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Justin Gubersky
Joahn Webb
Fox Worth
Erin Washington
Charlotte Williams
Kiziana Jean-Louis
Daphne Jones
William Warren
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The Writers

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Judi Beecher
Peter Pasco
Mildred Lewis
Tony Robinson
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The Directors

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Karen Therese
RJ Wayne
Nancy Cheryl Davis
Tony Robinson
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The Production Team

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Nancy Cheryll Davis
Nancy Renee
Kristina Roth
Maimouna Camara
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Veronica Thompson
Teressa Taylor
Karen Therese
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The Plays

There Was A Time

by Judi Beecher

A cop harasses a black woman who in turn shares a life changing revelation for them both.

Directed by: Karen Therese
Cast: Justin Gubersky, Joahn Webb

Trader Jericho's Interview

by Peter Pasco

In the summer of 2020 a young man eagerly looking for work during a pandemic and time of great social upheaval interviews for a position at a very popular chain, Trader Jericho’s.

Director: RJ Wayne
Cast: Fox Worth

 

We Jump Broom

by Mildred Lewis

Two enslaved women under threat of sale decide to marry under the stars in the Dahomey tradition.

Director: Nancy Cheryll Davis
Cast: Erin Washington, Charlotte Williams

 

You Don't See Me, You Don't Hear Me, You Don't Know Me and other things we don't say out loud by Tony Robinson

A three-way dialogue about America between one person who is wise, one who is wondering, and one who is fed up.

Director: Tony Robinson
Cast: Kiziana Jean-Louis, Daphne Jones, William Warren

IN RESPONSE: PART III

Save the Date
June 13th @ 4 pm

 

Another "Contribute What You Can" event.

IN RESPONSE: PART III

The In Response series was developed by TST in 2015 as our theatre's response to current events affecting our community. It does not shy away from controversy in its short plays and monologues as it approaches racism and its consequences by connecting historical context with the present moment. Audiences will leave reflecting on the chain of systemic racism in the United States and the pitfalls and possibilities of our current time in history.

Celebrating our 28th Season!

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4101 Budlong Ave., Suite 4

Los Angeles, CA 90037

CONTACT

info@townestreetla.org

(213) 712-6944

IN RESIDENCE

Stella Adler Theatre

6773 Hollywood Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90028

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