SAVE THE DATES!! APRIL 26-27-28-29 @ 7:30 pm
America's First Freedom Fighters"
World premiere of a new theatrical experience revealing stories of eight South Carolina heroes from the American Revolution!
Through words, music and performances of some of Charleston's finest actors, including Broadway veteran, Clarence Felder, you are transported back to wild tales and adventures of historic figures that shaped the freedom of our country!
65 minutes. Suitable for ages 10+.
Produced by the award-winning Actors' Theatre of South Carolina at Forever Charleston Theatre @ Charleston Visitor Center, 375 Meeting Street, Charleston 29401. Tickets available after Feb. 20, 2018 : $25 Adults, $20 Senior & Military, $15 students ~ www.actorstheatreofsc.org
NORTH CHARLESTON CULTURAL ARTS Dinner Theatre, February 22
"Frederick Douglass...No Turning Back"
starring Kyle Taylor
ONE NIGHT ONLY!!
at Montague Terrace, North Charleston, SC.
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22, 2018 - doors open 6:30 pm
City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department presents Dinner Theatre - Find event and ticket information. Thurs., Feb 22Montague Terrace, North Charleston, SC, US
Frederick Douglass, one of our greatest
American heroes, was an electrifying
orator, abolitionist, Christian leader,
and newspaper editor!
He thrilled audiences across America and
England in his quest to abolish slavery and
create true freedom and equality in America.
The fact Douglass was a slave until he escaped
at age 20 in 1838, is secondary to his astounding
accomplishments as a stunning and eloquent agent
of social reform...he felt God called him to create
freedom for all people in America, so he spent his
life challenging our society.
Kyle Taylor, who stars as Mr. Douglass, has appeared in
theater productions in New York City and Los Angeles,
including A River Niger starring Esther Rolle
(of CBS “Good Times”), MYRON in Black & White in
Hollywood and in "Six Degrees of Separation"
at Center Stage Playhouse, in NYC.
Locally, Kyle created the role of Samuel in the award-winning
docudrama, John Laurens’ War for Moving Images Group at
Actors’ Theatre of South Carolina. He also received rave
reviews for his portrayal of Dr. Martin Luther King in
The Mountaintop for Pure Theatre, Crown in Porgy and Bess
at Dock Street Theatre and as Crooks in Of Mice & Men at
Threshold Repertory Theatre.
MOVING IMAGES GROUP at
ACTORS' THEATRE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
has completed 7 family shorts
and two feature length American Revolutionary War films
garnering 20 global film awards in the last 9 years!
"JOHN LAURENS' WAR" docudrama
Recent Winner of SIX global film festival awards!!
as docudrama feature
A REMI AWARD from
the 50th WORLD FEST
HOUSTON FILM FESTIVAL!!