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023: Lead Curator and Strategist JaMeeka Holloway-Burrell launches the first BULL CITY BLACK THEATER FESTIVAL

JaMeeka Holloway-Burrell gives us the scoop on The Bull City Black Theater Festival, a vital, NEW, and upcoming event in Durham, NC. Why a festival rather than a stand-alone performance? Why focus on local artists? Who should attend? Why this festival now? JaMeeka answers those questions and more with gratitude, grace, and enthusiasm. Be there. …

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010: Playwright Ian Bowater reaches out for feedback on his MILLENNIUM BOY

Identity, heritage, legacy, and whether history will repeat itself…again. Dig into Ian Bowater’s newest play, “Millennium Boy” (see synopsis below) which will be featured in a reading for the public on Monday December 11 at 7pm at The Bar in Durham*. Ian’s collaborator on this project, Ulli Lommel, was himself a frequent collaborator with Rainer …

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005: Director JaMeeka Holloway-Burrell gives voice to the value of community

JaMeeka Holloway-Burrell gets deep about Black Ops Theatre Company, the inaugural Bullcity Black Theatre Festival, Oregon Shakespeare Festival and more. Get inspired by her thoughts on the importance of sustainability, community, and making space for each other. (There’s also a surprise mention of Lord of the Rings, and a theatre-parent support group!)* JaMeeka Holloway-Burrell is …

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