The True Story of '20s Black Tenor Roland Hayes Revealed
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The last date listed for Breath and Imagination: The Story of Roland Hayes was Sunday October 6, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Although there are many, many plays about faith, family and long-buried secrets, few are laugh-out-loud funny. Perhaps that's the real miracle of Miracle on South Division Street, now receiving its West Coast premiere. From playwright Tom Dudzick (Over the Tavern trilogy) comes the story of the Nowaks of Buffalo, New York. Ever since Clara's father, an immigrant from war-torn Poland, had a miraculous vision of the Virgin Mary in his barbershop, the Nowaks have been convinced that they are special. But "keeping the faith" for 65 years -- and in a gritty, deteriorating neighborhood, to boot -- proves tough for Clara and her grown children. When the family legend threatens to unravel, the Nowaks must re-evaluate everything. After a celebrated off-Broadway run, this surprising and satisfying comedy comes to the Colony Theatre. Learn More
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This is one of the best shows I've seen this year. Well acted by all actors but most of all Mr. Elijah Rock gives an outstanding performance in the role of Roland Hayes.
I had the honor of meeting Mr. Rock after the show and got his autograph and a hug. I was thrilled.
This show "is not" to be missed. BRAVO!
Quotes & Highlights
- “The play informs, inspires, and delights on many levels.” --Pittsburgh Scribe