November 2003: Hambone, by Javon Johnson, directed by Tre Garrett. With Khalil Lee, Art Terry, Ruel Davis, Ron Black, Ron Maderas.
October 2003: First Annual Theatre Festival In Black & White.
The Big Snow of 1950, by Lynn Wyant, directed by Eileen J. Morris.
The Girls From Kankakee, by Mark Clayton Southers, directed by Amy Hartman. With Nialah Lewis, Brenda Marks, Monique Pappas, Eileen Morris.
Half of Zero, by Amy Hartman, directed by Mark Clayton Southers. With Cheryl Young, Allison Cahill.
Slam-Dunk, by Judy Meiksin, directed by Linda Haston. With Vanessa German, Ginger Lawrence.
Bones, by Javon Johnson, directed by Corey Rieger. With Lonzo Green, Jeff Simpson.
The Letter, by Robert Isenberg, directed by Mark Clayton Southers.
[List of included plays is incomplete.]
September 2003: When the Water Turns Clear, by Mark Clayton Southers, directed by Ginger Lawrence. With Mark Clayton Southers, Wali Jamal, Harry O’Toole, Carter Redwood, Jay Jones, Marcia Jones, Benjamin Blakee, Kimberly A. Harris, Nathan Hollabaugh.
July 2003: Midsummer Nights Chamber Theatre, Stage and Script Readings of Full-Length Plays.
Dire Straits, by Phil Alan Zarecki
The Royalton Scram, by Suzanne Danks
Ring of Hope, by Maureen Jenkins
Ma Noah, by Mark Clayton Southers
West of Hell (or You’re on Your Own), by Daniel J. Kirk
The Unicorn, by Lynne Wyant
Olivia, by Laura J. Clark
[List of included plays may be incomplete]
June 2003: Boppin’ with the Ancestors, by Rob Penny, directed by Mark Clayton Southers. With Jay Jones, Rico Parker, Wali Jamal, Les Howard.
March 2003: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, by August Wilson, directed by Eileen J. Morris. With Garbie Dukes, Charles E. Timbers Jr., Wali Jamal, Jay Jones, Teri Bridgett. [Cast list incomplete.]
Previews: Post-Gazette, Post-Gazette.
Follow up: Post-Gazette.