Photos: André De Shields, Marie Thomas Foster, Erin Cherry, Sean Phillips and Morocco Omari in Charles Smith’s Knock Me A Kiss at the National Black Theatre Festival
Photos: Charles Smith’s Knock Me A Kiss Starring André De Shields Featured in Encore Performances at The National Black Theatre Festival in Winston-Salem, NC, July 30-August 1, 2013
Charles Smith’s new play The Gospel According to James, produced last Spring at the Victory Gardens Biograph Theater in Chicago, has garnered 5 Black Theater Alliance Award nods, including Best Direction for Chuck Smith, Best Writing for Charles Smith, Best Leading Actor for André De Shields, Best Featured Actor for Tyler Jacob Rollinson and Most Promising Actor for Wardell Julius Clark.
From August 2-4, 2011, Two-time Tony Award Nominee and Emmy Award-Winning actor André De Shields will reprise his critically acclaimed role as W.E.B. DuBois in Charles Smith’s Knock Me A Kiss, directed by Chuck Smith, at The National Black Theatre Festival in Winston-Salem, NC, a co-production of Woodie King Jr.’s New Federal Theatre and Legacy Creative Arts Company.
Two-time Tony Award nominee and Emmy Award winning actor André De Shields will direct the staged reading of Jacqueline Malcolm’s The Trade, the second entry in her SLAVE Trilogy, at The Players Club, The Great Hall, 16 Gramercy Park in New York at 7pm.