• The Glory of Gospel

    The Glory of Gospel

    Tickets are now on sale for the hottest gospel musical in the Triad! Performance dates are May 15 – 17 and GROUP RATES ARE AVAILABLE. You can purchase your tickets now by clicking this link http://ncblackrep.org/buy-tickets  or call 336.723.2266 for current group rates, purcheses and more information. The Glory of Gospel, a spiritual, musical experience which illuminates the history and […]

  • Auditions for The Glory of Gospel

    Auditions for The Glory of Gospel

    The North Carolina Black Repertory Company will conduct auditions on April 20 for their performance of Mabel Robinson’s “The Glory of Gospel”. The play will be performed May 15-17. All artists must perform a monologue no longer than 2 minutes and a song. Singers must perform 2 songs – one up-tempo song with movement and one ballad (any style). Dancers […]

  • Double Bill Special! Two Shows For the Price of One!

    Double Bill Special! Two Shows For the Price of One!

    Excelsior explores the issues that a young Black American teacher’s experiences when she is sent to educate newly freed Gullah-Geechee teens and adults during the Port Royal Experiment on St. Helena Island, SC. The production is based on the true story of the life of Charlotte Forten, one of the first African American teacher. This production puts a twist on […]

  • CASTING CALL for “A Goddess Tale”

    CASTING CALL for “A Goddess Tale”

    CASTING CALL for “A Goddess Tale” Playwright – Suzy McCalley Producer – Suzy McCalley, Allen Joines, The North Carolina Black Repertory Company Director – Danielle Rennals and Suzy McCalley Dramaturg – Nathan Ross Freeman COMPENSATION: There will be compensation for principal cast members of the full production of this show. Please note, participation in Reading does not guarantee participation in […]

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by / on April 2, 2015 at 6:55 pm / in Featured, Latest News, Productions

The Glory of Gospel

Tickets are now on sale for the hottest gospel musical in the Triad! Performance dates are May 15 – 17 and GROUP RATES ARE AVAILABLE. You can purchase your tickets now by clicking this link http://ncblackrep.org/buy-tickets  or call 336.723.2266 for current group rates, purcheses and more information. The Glory of Gospel, a spiritual, musical experience which illuminates the history and […]

by / on March 17, 2015 at 2:53 pm / in Auditions, Featured, Latest News, Productions

Auditions for The Glory of Gospel

The North Carolina Black Repertory Company will conduct auditions on April 20 for their performance of Mabel Robinson’s “The Glory of Gospel”. The play will be performed May 15-17. All artists must perform a monologue no longer than 2 minutes and a song. Singers must perform 2 songs – one up-tempo song with movement and one ballad (any style). Dancers […]

by / on February 27, 2015 at 9:00 pm / in Featured, Latest News, Productions

Double Bill Special! Two Shows For the Price of One!

Excelsior explores the issues that a young Black American teacher’s experiences when she is sent to educate newly freed Gullah-Geechee teens and adults during the Port Royal Experiment on St. Helena Island, SC. The production is based on the true story of the life of Charlotte Forten, one of the first African American teacher. This production puts a twist on […]

by / on February 4, 2015 at 7:36 pm / in Auditions, Latest News

CASTING CALL for “A Goddess Tale”

CASTING CALL for “A Goddess Tale” Playwright – Suzy McCalley Producer – Suzy McCalley, Allen Joines, The North Carolina Black Repertory Company Director – Danielle Rennals and Suzy McCalley Dramaturg – Nathan Ross Freeman COMPENSATION: There will be compensation for principal cast members of the full production of this show. Please note, participation in Reading does not guarantee participation in […]

by / on January 22, 2015 at 10:03 pm / in Featured, Productions

NCBRC presents Excelsior for Black History Month

Excelsior explores the issues that a young Black American teacher’s experiences when she is sent to educate newly freed Gullah-Geechee teens and adults during the Port Royal Experiment on St. Helena Island, SC. The production is based on the true story of the life of Charlotte Forten, one of the first African American teacher. This production puts a twist on […]