• SAVE THE DATE!

    SAVE THE DATE!

    The 2014 Marvtastic Celebration will be held on Saturday, September 27 from 7:00 pm to 11 pm in the Hearn Ballroom of the Marriott Twin City Quarter. You are cordially invited to attend this fundraiser celebrating the legacy of our founder, Larry Leon Hamlin. Tickets are $40.00 per person and may be purchased from any Guild Board member or by […]

  • Buy Tickets Now!

    Buy Tickets Now!

    That’s right! You may order tickets for our events and performances at any time from your smart phone or wherever you have internet access! Go to www.ncblackrep.org and click on “Buy Tickets Now” to make your purchase through PayPal. It’s easy and convenient! Group Rates Are Available for clubs, organizations, businesses and churches with 10 or more members. Please call […]

  • “Black Nativity” Auditions Set for October 20, 2014

    “Black Nativity” Auditions Set for October 20, 2014

    The North Carolina Black Repertory Company will conduct auditions on October 20 for their performance of Langston Hughes’ “Black Nativity”. The play will be performed December 5-7 and December 12-14. 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). […]

  • Gentlemen Take a Bow in a Theater Tribute (NY Times Article)

    Gentlemen Take a Bow in a Theater Tribute (NY Times Article)

    Honoring a Century of African-American Work on Broadway By STEPHEN HOLDENJUNE 24, 2014 “The good Lord created black people, and black people created everything else!” That uproarious zinger delivered by the cheeky, outspoken latter-day vaudevillian Andre De Shields was the best one-liner in “Black Stars of the Great White Way,” a sprawling nostalgic extravaganza at Carnegie Hall on Monday evening […]

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by / on August 25, 2014 at 3:59 pm / in Featured, Guild, Latest News, Marvtastic Society

SAVE THE DATE!

The 2014 Marvtastic Celebration will be held on Saturday, September 27 from 7:00 pm to 11 pm in the Hearn Ballroom of the Marriott Twin City Quarter. You are cordially invited to attend this fundraiser celebrating the legacy of our founder, Larry Leon Hamlin. Tickets are $40.00 per person and may be purchased from any Guild Board member or by […]

by / on August 25, 2014 at 3:57 pm / in Featured, Productions

Buy Tickets Now!

That’s right! You may order tickets for our events and performances at any time from your smart phone or wherever you have internet access! Go to www.ncblackrep.org and click on “Buy Tickets Now” to make your purchase through PayPal. It’s easy and convenient! Group Rates Are Available for clubs, organizations, businesses and churches with 10 or more members. Please call […]

by / on August 25, 2014 at 3:56 pm / in Latest News

AND a Marvtastic Thank You to our volunteers!

AND a Marvtastic Thank You goes to a group of dedicated volunteers who assisted the staff with a large mail project. Thanks to Monea Connor, Ninetta Crockett, Aaliyah Hairston, Natalie Summers, Elnora Gore, Cleo Kimbrough, Rachel Fuqua, Betty Hanes, Denise Robinson, Sharon Astrop, Sydney Green, Julia Martin and the NCBRC Guild Board for their diligence in helping us complete the […]

by / on August 25, 2014 at 3:55 pm / in Auditions, Featured, Productions

“Black Nativity” Auditions Set for October 20, 2014

The North Carolina Black Repertory Company will conduct auditions on October 20 for their performance of Langston Hughes’ “Black Nativity”. The play will be performed December 5-7 and December 12-14. 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). […]

by / on August 25, 2014 at 3:25 pm / in Latest News

Thanks to our Summer Intern!

A big thank you to Monea Connor, our summer intern. Monea is a member of the Winston-Salem Urban League’s Summer Youth Employment and Training Program and a rising sophomore at R.J. Reynolds High School. Monea provided administrative and technical assistance in the office and will return as a volunteer to assist with special projects if her schedule allows.