North Carolina Black Repertory Company

North Carolina Black Repertory Company

The North Carolina Black Repertory Company was founded in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in 1979 by Larry Leon Hamlin. It was the first organization for black theatre in the state.[1]

In addition to producing several productions throughout the year, its most notable program is the National Black Theatre Festival.

Notes

Further reading

  • McMillan, Felecia Piggot (2005). The North Carolina Black Repertory Company: 25 Marvtastic Years. Greensboro, NC: Open Hand Publishing, LLC. ISBN 9780940880733. 


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