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  • 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!”

    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

  • On the road with TCP Magazine, lead to North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre. They’re going into their 19th season which was 18 years from February 2002. This was an appreciation to the volunteers, that make it happen at the theater, and to announced the theme and productions for this season. It was a grand […]

    NRACT 2020-2021 Season Announcement by Edith Berry

    17 February 2020, 5:47 pm

  • On the road with TCP Magazine, I went to the North Raleigh Arts & Creative Theatre on Sunday, February 9, 2020. I knew all 4 characters in this show. The character of May was played by Tina Morris- Anderson, her husband Charlie, Joseph Callendar and Rosa, Dr Joy Bryant, and her beau Tyrone, Juan Isler. […]

    Bourbon at the Border by Edith Berry

    17 February 2020, 3:32 pm

  • On the road with TCP Magazine, led me to the Richard B. Harrison Community Library in Raleigh NC on Sunday February 16, 2020. We explored the life of this jazz legend, by viewing a film about her time at the Julliard School in 1950, and her entire career as an artist. This Black History celebration […]

    Celebrating Nina Simone with Lynnette Barber by Edith Berry

    17 February 2020, 5:07 am

  • The Justice Theater Project presented the production of “Sweat” to a full house February 15, 2020 at Umstead Park UCC in Raleigh, NC. This production was written by playwright Lynn Nottage, and directed by Jerry Sipp. This was a Regional Premiere 2017 prize winning show. The time period takes place 2000/2008 in Reading, Pennsylvania. The […]

    Sweat by Edith Berry

    16 February 2020, 12:47 am

  • The young adults of North Carolina Central University Theatre department presented a high energy, showstopping production Friday February 14, 2020! I first saw this show in 1981 on Broadway in NYC when I live there, and Jennifer Holiday played Effie. Then I saw the movie with Beyonce Knowles as Deena, and Jennifer Hudson as Effie in […]

    Dreamgirls  by Edith Berry

    15 February 2020, 1:17 am

  • I was on the road for TCP Magazine at the 14th Annual HKonJ, (The Historic Thousands on Jones Street) People’s Assembly Moral March, in Raleigh on February 8, 2020. Rev. Dr. William Barber II, and other speakers, shared the same issues and concerns that have not been resolved! It has been an all-time high for […]

    Dontae Sharp is Free! by Edith Berry

    11 February 2020, 7:40 pm

  • The 10th Annual State of Arts and Culture in Wake County held on January 29, 2020 at NC Museum of History was presented by: the United Arts Council. The UAC of Raleigh and Wake County’s goal is to build better communities through support and advocacy of the arts. The audience was welcomed by the Board […]

    United Arts Council

    4 February 2020, 11:18 am