Conceived & Written by Nolan Williams, Jr.
Directed by Eric Ruffin
"Electrifying. Awakening. ...Exquisitely bold and utterly holy" - D.C. Metro Theatre Arts
This touring production illuminates the Civil Rights Movement for new audiences with captivating music, spoken word, dance and visuals. (PHOTO: Quentin Cox)
Story, Music & Lyrics by Nolan Williams, Jr.
Directed by Robert Barry Fleming
Every plate holds a story in this celebration of a family's long history with African-American cooking —inventing recipes to survive hard times, keep memory alive, and gather with love. A soaring tribute to the strength of family and legacy.
Music & Lyrics by Nolan Williams, Jr.
This new American musical (in development) tells the story of how three heroic women, Annie Devine, Fannie Lou Hamer & Victoria Jackson Gray, ran for congress in 1964 and nearly defeated the Mississippi congressional delegation—an untold story of the Civil Rights Movement.
Nolan and his business partner, Dale A. Mott, are the first producers to be selected for AKA NYC's 500 Hours Initiative. AKA NYC is a the leading global entertainment marketing firm with offices in the U.S., U.K., and Australia. The agency will provide development support for GRACE.