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Torez Mosley

as Linda

Torez is a dynamic and powerful talent. Regional Theatre credits include: NPX rolling world premier of RED BIKE(KID), “Chronotope” at The Kimmel Center (H. RAP BROWN/ HANOIHANNAH), and the hip-hop musical Don’t Count Me Out (LAURA).

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Mike Daniels

as Rev. Mr. Pike

Mike is a fresh new actor. We are excited to work with him and watch as he bring his character to life through passionate performance.

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Juanita-Renay

as Mother with no children

Juanita is a fresh and energetic talent who achieved her training with Northampton Community College. Juanita's credits include; Buddy Holly-The Buddy Holly story (Apollo singer/ensemble) NCC Summer Theatre, Dreamgirls (Lorell Robinson) NCC Summer Theatre, and Hair (Dionne) NCC.

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Ivan Cruz

as Constable

Ivan is an exciting actor who received his training at the Community College of Philadelphia, Northampton Community College, and Lehigh Carbon County College. His credits include; Angels in America (Belize)NCC, RENT (dealer/ensemble) NCC, Macbeth (Captain) NCC, and Judgement Day Musical (Jacob) DMP. 

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Donna Mosley

Director

Donna Mosley is a Playwright/Director and Producer. For Ten Years Donna served as the Theater Director at AgapeFamily Worship Center, Rahway, NewJersey under the leadership of PastorLawrence Powell. While there she directed and co-directed several successful productions including "TellMe A Story" and "A Man Named John".In 2004 she co-wrote and directed thePoint of it All featuring BeBe Winans at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center,Newark, NJ. In 2008 Donna founded DONNA MOSLEY PRODUCTIONS (DMP) and produced her first independent GospelStage Play “Don’t Count Me Out”. The show toured in New Jersey andPennsylvania. In 2008 Donna planted at theater church where she produced a collection of Gospel plays, includingDivine Intervention and The JudgementDay Musical. 

www.donnamosleyproductions.com

Why Is African-American Cultural Awareness and Appreciation So Important to Community Health?

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POETRY WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS

Workshops are specifically designed to appeal to and help individuals who have experienced various levels of trauma; sexual abuse, abandonment, homicide, PTSD, poverty, systematic oppression, incarceration,  church hurt, racism, classism, and other social issues. Poetry workshops are also effective for those who are looking to learn more about appreciation for African-American culture and experience. We all seek to heal.

All are welcome!

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Our History

Year-Round African-American Culture Appreciation

In 2021, learn from the life and writings of a great African-American poet, Phyllis Wheatley. Through monologues, visual art pieces, performance art, dance, animation, and fun educational material & curriculum, Storyteller Studios + will celebrate and educate about the life of a woman whose words and work helped to contribute a profound perspective and articulate the lived-experience of African-American people. 

Click Here to Experience All Things Phyllis Wheatley!

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Storyteller Studios Plus Cares provides free poetry workshops to underserved youth. We believe in empowering the next generation of poets, thinkers, and leaders. The cost to provide each student with a poetry workshop is $10/per student per session. We thank you for helping and supporting our youth and their literacy journey!

 

 Your donations are appreciated!

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