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  • Are you staying on the Road with TCP Magazine? No, we’re not on a real road, but a virtual one. We’re obeying the laws of the land! Our first and foremost concern, is the safety and well-being of our subscribers and followers. The Pandemic attack on our country and world of Covid-19, forced us to […]

    Social Distancing: Staying Home, Saves Lives!

    2 April 2020, 11:14 pm

  • On the Road with TCP Magazine, I took a trip downtown Raleigh to Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts. I stopped there, because I didn’t want to favor one theater company over the other. I remembered that old adage, “the show must go on!” It’s a phrase in show business that originated in the […]

    The Shows have Paused!

    17 March 2020, 5:54 pm

  • On the Road for TCP Magazine, I went to HQ Raleigh-Gateway in Raleigh to join Executive Storyteller/Artistic Theologian, a female Griot, Alexus Rhone. She facilitated workshops nationally for people to learn how to tell stories. Alexus shares how to “unpacked our lived realities, and loose the shackles of shame.” Alexus is the Founder of Truth Meet […]

    Guilt, Shame, & Storytelling by Edith Berry

    11 March 2020, 1:40 pm

  • On the Road for TCP Magazine, the Playmakers Repertory Company, had their opening night production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar,” by William Shakespeare. It was directed by Andrew Borba, at the Joan H. Gillings Center for Dramatic Art. William Shakespeare was an actor and a playwright. His plays were about life experiences of Some events in Roman […]

    Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” by Edith Berry

    8 March 2020, 3:21 pm

  • Being On the Road for TCP Magazine for the past five years, was when I first came across this young lady Peggy Tatum. I was at The Sheraton Imperial in RTP at the Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Prayer breakfast in January 2015. I was taking a picture of gospel artist Jekalyn Carr, and she […]

    Peggy Tatum: Sweet Sixteen and been kissed! by Edith Berry

    4 March 2020, 3:09 pm

  • On the Road for TCP Magazine, I attended the 2020 Winter/Spring Master Dance Series at the Living Arts Collective in Durham, NC. The Master instructors have been under the training of the Legendary Baba Chuck Davis, and dancing for at least 30 years and more. They performed with him in the African American Dance Ensemble. […]

    Baba’s Rising Sons by Edith Berry

    28 February 2020, 8:02 pm

  • I was on the road for TCP Magazine at DPAC for “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical!” Songs were by Donna Summer,  Giorgio Moroder, Paul Jabara, and others. Book by Colman Domingo, Robert Cary, and Des McAnuff. The music supervision and arrangements by Ron Melrose, captured a collection of Donna Summer’s hits, sung throughout this production. […]

    The Donna Summer Musical

    26 February 2020, 9:21 am

  • On the road with TCP Magazine, led to the production of “Ragtime” at the Stewart Theatre on North Carolina State University campus in the Talley Student Union building. It was presented by the University Theatre  from the book by Terrence McNally, Music by Stephen Flaherty, and Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens. I was on the edge […]

    Ragtime Musical: Fighting for the American Dream

    24 February 2020, 2:03 pm

  • On the road with TCP Magazine, I saw the production of “Sweat,” with the Justice Theater Project by Lynn Nottage and the dynamic director, Jerry Sipp! I said, ” Never let them see you sweat” about J. Ra’Chel Fowler (Cynthia),  because that’s exactly what she did. She was asked to join the JTP cast 5 […]

    Never let them see you sweat in “Sweat!” by Edith Berry

    22 February 2020, 1:02 am

  • On the road with TCP Magazine I saw the production of “Loving,” by Peter Manos at Pure Life Theatre. This was a touching and moving story. It was eloquently directed by Deb Royals Mizerk, and music direction by Ronzel Bell. The six cast members displayed an intricate relationship during the 1950’s on racial relationships. Richard […]

    Loving by Edith Berry

    21 February 2020, 8:41 am