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About the Play

Narçisse Theatre Company's production of Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot,” A Tragicomedy in Two Acts" takes a further look into Beckett’s existential masterpiece. Artistic Director FL Henley Jr describes this production as “a neo-Marxist, absurdist study of the African-American socio-economic class structure and its relationship to the white supremacy, capitalism, and patriarchy embedded within the founding DNA of American society”

WAITING FOR GODOT
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By Samuel Beckett
Directed by F.L. Henley Jr.

HMAC Underground
May / 17-19 / 24-26-31/June 1st
7:30p-9:30p

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Lizophrenia: A One Woman Story

By Liz. P. Curtis

La Cultura
June 14-16, 2019
7:30pm

About the Performance

Local/Regional Comedienne and Actress Liz P. Curtis brings her interactive one-woman show to Midtown Harrisburg. Join Liz for a weekend full with laughter as she takes audiences on a personal, yet eye opening journey sure to entertain.

 
 
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Kill Keller

By Paul Hood

Directed by F.L. Henley Jr.

About the Play

During the early 1990’s, a small Allison Hill family is torn apart by one man’s relentless quest for control. Kill Keller, a play that examines the depth of emotional manipulation, loss of religion, and a family
divided, looks closely into what happens when familial bonds are shattered by mental/physical abuse and abandonment. 

AUDITION DATES: TBA

Location: HMAC 1110 N 3rd Street, Harrisburg, PA. (HMAC Underground)

Description of Characters:

Black male, Keller Harrison, age 50, manipulative, heavy drinker. Thicked voiced and demanding.

Black male, Naudain Henry, age 15-16 -Shy but intelligent, very sensitive.

Black Male, Maclay Henry, age 18- intelligent, strong-willed.

Black female, Catherine Henry, late 40’s to early 50’s. God-fearing, often coarse in demeanor and speech.

Black or Hispanic male, Reverend Niel late 50’s, wise and calm in demeanor.

SHOWDATES: TBA

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About the Play

The Prophet

The Prophet presents the farewell observations on and recommendations about life and death of Almustafa, the chosen and beloved Prophet, as he ends a twelve-year sojourn in Orphalese.

By Khalil Gibran

Directed by F.L. Henley Jr.

SHOW DATES: TBA