I am excited to announce that the Center for Performance and Civic Practice has awarded a Catalyst Initiative grant to me (artist) and Prairie Rivers Network (civic partner) to develop a small-scale local arts-based project focused on Watershed Literacy. We're headed to Phoenix, AZ in December for a convening with other awardees. Stay tuned! CPCP Round Three Awardees
I'm happy to announce I will be serving as Dramaturge for Memphis, the musical opening at Parkland College in April 2018 directed by Jeff Dare. It is a challenging historical moment of music, race, cultural crossover and appropriation and I look forward to helping bring depth to this energetic musical.
It is an honor to be recognized with a Social Justice Award from the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, an organization steeped in a tradition of service.
I'm excited and honored to be selected as one of the Volunteers of the Year during the 50th Anniversary year of Prairie Rivers Network. I, along with Kate McDowell and Amy Hassinger were selected for helping to "tell the PRN story" during this year's activities. Thanks to PRN for all they do! [caption id="attachment_1389" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Kate McDowell, Amy Hassinger, Carol Hays and Latrelle Bright[/caption]
I facilitated a residency September 15-19 on Devising and Directing at my alma mater, The University of Memphis. Artists at Work: Video Interview with Latrelle Bright: Video Friday, September 15 -Panel Discussion on Diversity and Inclusion in Theatre Education Saturday, September 16 -Generating New Work: An old theatre tradition -Reception with alums and retired faculty Sunday, September 17 Explore imagery and metaphor in Adrienne and Adam P. Kennedy’s, Sleep Deprivation Chamber Monday, September 18 Intro to Theatre: An Individual Theatre…