One-Man Show Spans the 20th Century Black Experience
NAACP Theatre Award-winning author-actor Adolphus A. Ward brings three generations of the black experience to life in his one-man show, Three Novels Speak. Adapting his own Tallman novels for the stage, Ward gives voice to the vivid characters inhabiting the books, following them from the Depression-era South to the 1980s. Along the way, they must contend with being a mixed-race couple under Jim Crow, fight for black workers' rights during World War II and struggle with the controversy over Affirmative Action in the '80s. Recipient of a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award and an LA Weekly Theatre Award, Adolphus A. Ward has appeared on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, CSI, and Comedy Central's Key & Peele.
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The last date listed for Three Novels Speak was Thursday January 30, 2014 / 7:00pm.