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PART I – FEBRUARY 3 at 2PM AND 8PM. A CELEBRATION OF WOMEN. TICKETS $20Turning 15 On The Road To Freedom. Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving, true story of Lynda Blackmon, one of the youngest participants in the Selma to Montgomery march in 1965. Jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday, Loweryfought alongside Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African-Americans. BUY TICKETS
PART II – FEBRUARY 10 at 8PM. A CELEBRATION OF LOVE. TICKETS $30–$40. A musical performance featuring Terry Steele’s Here and Now: The Legacy of Luther Vandross Grammy Nominated Singer/Songwriter (Here and Now) Terry Steele’s tribute to The Velvet Voice brings to life the soul-stirring sounds of Luther Vandross’ legendary performances and honors the music of one of R&B’s most beloved singers. BUY TICKETS
PART III – FEBRUARY 17 at 7:30PM A CELEBRATION OF HISTORY. TICKETS $30 OR $50 (INCLUDES VIP RECEPTION). An Evening with The Kinseys: Commemorating the 100th anniversary of The Harlem RenaissanceThe evening will feature compelling performances, enlightening historical reflections, and engaging dialogue. A discussion with Bernard and Shirley about the importance of the Harlem Renaissance will be a specialhighlight of the evening. During their conversation, the Kinseys will share exciting works of art and artifacts from the Harlem Renaissance that have been recently acquired by The Kinsey African American Art and History Collection. BUY TICKETS
PART IV – FEBRUARY 23 at 8:30PM. A CELEBRATION OF MEN. TICKETS $30–$40. A musical performance featuring Once In A Lifetime Tony Award nominee and Emmy Award winner Obba Babatunde’ performs his all singing, all dancing non stop entertainment show Once In A Lifetime, paying tribute to his entertainment mentor, the late great Sammy Davis Jr. BUY TICKETS
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! WHAT’S GOING ON...Dorian Holley tributes Marvin Gaye on MARCH 3 at 8PM. The Dorian Holley Band Tribute to Marvin Gaye. A completely self-indulgent evening of music by The Prince of Motown. BUY TICKETS

Best Production of a Musical (Large Theatre), FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE. Acting Ensemble of a Musical, FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE. Choreography, KEITH YOUNG. Direction of a Musical, KEITH YOUNG. Music Direction, ABDUL HAMID ROYAL. Lead Actor in a Musical, OBBA BABATUNDE. Featured Actor in a Musical, ERIC B. ANTHONY AS EAT MOE, ROGELIO DOUGLAS JR. AS FOUR EYED MOE, JACQUES SMITH AS NO MOE, OCTAVIOUS WOMACK AS BIG MOE
Photos by: Craig Schwartz

Photos by: Craig Schwartz
"...Obba Babatundé a master at his craft and his performance is utterly enthralling."
— Broadway World

"Five Guys Named Moe is the most enjoyable show of the year"
— LA Excites
" of the more entertaining experiences available to humanity..."
— Los Angeles Times

" irresistible revival at Ebony Repertory Theatre in LA..."
— Los Angeles Times

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