Dates: September 25, 2019 through October 01, 2019.
Quick behind the scenes shots of what you donated to. This HipHopera is an expressions of arts in dance, song, and scripts for our kiddos. We have an age range of 4-17 years old. We are so excited about this production. You helped us meet some deadlines.
What else do we need? Volunteers!! More kids for our dance and choir ensemble.
Please contact KZFrazier Drama, Kerry-Ann Kerry or Premiere Music, Toni Ringgold for more information.
Coming soon to other locations.
Inspired by the song “Four Women” by Nina Simone.
This dramatic piece is filled with life and laughter. The original song “Four Women” by Nina Simone takes four stereotypes of black women and sings about them as if they are real people. While it serves to criticize the stereotypes, “Four Women” is also a tribute to real women. This stage play will do just that, bring the real struggles, vulnerability, and triumphs of four women to life on stage.
Let me tell you about last night’s event at the Harker Heights E. Center the First Annual Black Business Gala. What a wonderful night celebrating the accomplishments of Blacks in Business in the Killeen area. Ronnie Russell, what an undertaking! You did it with class and grace and make us proud! Please register your business with Texas Black Pages, this guy is the real deal! Tavares Bethel great job Mcing! You were hilarious! Carolyn Brown you made the venue sparkle and we all felt the love you put into making us all feel welcomed. Luvina Ann Norwood-Sabree Thank you!! We were among many who were nominated for their work in the community. Thank you for all who supported us and still continue to support us on this journey! We are so appreciative for the show of love. We won the Game Changer Award. What an awesome blessing given to us by our community, THANK YOU! Our dynamic cast of actors and stage hands, sound technicians, musicians, sponsors and everyone who has helped us along the way THANK YOU! KZFD is truly working towards making a difference in our community through stage plays, educational skits, and film. We endeavor to work with our community and bring resources TO our community! We are delighted to continue to work on our upcoming projects knowing that we are making a difference. If you would like to work with us. Please send us a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
“This Black Business Awards Gala for Texas is a prestigious ceremony designed to showcase outstanding business owners, industry experts, professionals and entrepreneurial success stories. A lot goes on behind the scenes of any business venture and it takes boldness, commitment, discipline and dedication to be successful in anything in life. Managing money, employees, competition, market trends and a few other factors that can hinder someone from reaching a successful climax in business or as a professional. For this reason and much more we are celebrating those that have done well and create a forum to uplift others that are coming behind.”
A Raisin in the Sun A Broadway Hit Written by Lorraine Hansberry
Photos from previous show (Aug 25, 2018)
This iconic play is about an African-American family aspiring to move beyond segregation and disenfranchisement in 1950s Chicago. A Raisin in the Sun is essentially about dreams, as the main characters struggle to deal with the oppressive circumstances that rule their lives. The title of the play references a conjecture that Langston Hughes famously posed in a poem he wrote about dreams that were forgotten or put off.
Killeen Performance - Saturday, February 02, 2019
Killeen Civic & Conference Center
3601 South W S Young Drive
Killeen, TX 76542
Saturday, February 2, 2019 | 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM CST
I.M.P.A.C. (Intelligent Minds Proving & Applying Commitment), a highly charged motivation outreach, exists on the basis of curtailing epidemics that affect our communities, due to systemic plagues or hidden dangers restricting them from maximizing on their potential. Slogan: No Matter The Results YOU Control The Outcomes!
African American Arts & History Showcase (AAAHS) celebrates the unique flavors within the broad spectrum of African American Arts & History. Prepare to be taken on a cultural journey. The AAAHS is all about embracing the great contributions of the African American experiences through entertainment, networking and information. The event will provide a great platform for community businesses to connect with public and showcase their products. This day will be packed full of connections, business to business networking and endless possibilities!
Featuring: Educational mini-seminars, Performances, Dancing, Singing, Storytelling, Spoken word, Genealogy class, Art & crafts and more.
Killeen Performance - Saturday, August 25, 2018
Vive Les Arts Theater
3401 South W S Young Drive
Killeen, TX 76542
“The Awakening of Born Vain” is a stage play loosely based on the etiology of how world renown painting artist, Michael Cox of Chicago created the concept and name of his company BORN VAIN Art.
Born Vain Art: Website | Facebook Page | Twitter | Instagram
Come join them in the comedic stage play Sunday Dinner. Mama and Pop Solomon would like the entire family to come together for a traditional Sunday Dinner. What started out as a great idea quickly turns as family secrets and differences come to light. You will laugh, cry, sing and laugh again with this amazing cast!
Video: Sunday Dinner Commercial coming to Tampa FL
Location: Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church, Tampa FL (Facebook)
Address: 2923 N. Tampa St, Tampa, FL 33602
Date: Friday, August 10, 2018 7:00 p.m. | Saturday, August 11, 2018 2:30 p.m.
Doors open At: Friday 6:00 p.m. | Saturday 1:30 p.m.
Tickets: $30.00 General Admission | $20.00 Children 12 and under (SOLD OUT BOTH DAYS!)
Set GOING on Facebook Events Page on Friday and Saturday.
Teach Them To Love (T3L) Outreach Ministries will celebrate our 1st Domestic Violence Awareness Charity Ball, “Shades of Purple”. This formal affair will be a night of fine dining,live entertainment, drama and dancing with guest speakers who will enlighten us on the dynamics of Domestic Violence, and bridging the gap between Social Services and the Faith Based Community, as we celebrate our “Overcomers” and continue to advocate for those still suffering in silence.
Fort Hood Officer’s Club
Bldg 5764, 24th street and Wainright
Fort Hood, TX 76544
Saturday, March 17, 2018
5:00 PM – 9:00 PM CDT