Oct 09, 2021

  • LIVE STREAM

    Remembering James- The Life and Music of James Brown

    By Dedrick Weathersby

    Dates:

    July 24, 2021 @ 2:30 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.

    Oct 9, 2021 @ 7:30 p.m.

    Summary:

    Come out and enjoy this spectacular production “Remembering James The Musical” starring Dedrick Weathersby and Twon Marcel Pope. You will laugh, You will sing, You will dance and most of all, You will remember the icon James Brown.

    Remembering James, is a 90 minute musical starring 2020 Broadway World Award Winner Dedrick Weathersby in the title role; telling the story of The Godfather of Soul, James Brown from 1951-1968. Spanning nearly two decades of his monumental career, you’ll see how a divided country, the growing Civil Rights movement and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. shaped the artist’s work.


    An eight-piece band accompanies the show, bringing the passion of his music alive.

    Some songs include: “Please Please,” “Papa Got a Brand New Bag,” “Cold Sweat,” “I Feel Good,” “Say It Loud I’m Black and I’m Proud.”

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    East Bank Theatre
    Bossier City, LA
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Jul 24, 2021

  • LIVE STREAM

    Remembering James- The Life and Music of James Brown

    By Dedrick Weathersby

    Dates:

    July 24, 2021 @ 2:30 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.

    Oct 9, 2021 @ 7:30 p.m.

    Summary:

    Come out and enjoy this spectacular production “Remembering James The Musical” starring Dedrick Weathersby and Twon Marcel Pope. You will laugh, You will sing, You will dance and most of all, You will remember the icon James Brown.

    Remembering James, is a 90 minute musical starring 2020 Broadway World Award Winner Dedrick Weathersby in the title role; telling the story of The Godfather of Soul, James Brown from 1951-1968. Spanning nearly two decades of his monumental career, you’ll see how a divided country, the growing Civil Rights movement and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. shaped the artist’s work.


    An eight-piece band accompanies the show, bringing the passion of his music alive.

    Some songs include: “Please Please,” “Papa Got a Brand New Bag,” “Cold Sweat,” “I Feel Good,” “Say It Loud I’m Black and I’m Proud.”

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    East Bank Theatre
    Bossier City, LA
    EXPAND

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  • Live Stream

    THE NICETIES

    By Eleanor Burgess

    Dates:

    Available to stream May 27-June 13.

    Summary:

    In The Niceties an ambitious young Black college student and her esteemed white professor meet over Skype to discuss a paper the college junior is writing about the American Revolution. Unfortunately, they find it hard to agree about the facts of the past – or the present. Discussions of grammar and Google turn to race and reputation, and soon they’re in dangerous territory neither of them had foreseen – and facing stunning implications that can’t be undone.

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Jun 12, 2021

  • Live Stream

    THE NICETIES

    By Eleanor Burgess

    Dates:

    Available to stream May 27-June 13.

    Summary:

    In The Niceties an ambitious young Black college student and her esteemed white professor meet over Skype to discuss a paper the college junior is writing about the American Revolution. Unfortunately, they find it hard to agree about the facts of the past – or the present. Discussions of grammar and Google turn to race and reputation, and soon they’re in dangerous territory neither of them had foreseen – and facing stunning implications that can’t be undone.

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Jun 11, 2021

  • Live Stream

    THE NICETIES

    By Eleanor Burgess

    Dates:

    Available to stream May 27-June 13.

    Summary:

    In The Niceties an ambitious young Black college student and her esteemed white professor meet over Skype to discuss a paper the college junior is writing about the American Revolution. Unfortunately, they find it hard to agree about the facts of the past – or the present. Discussions of grammar and Google turn to race and reputation, and soon they’re in dangerous territory neither of them had foreseen – and facing stunning implications that can’t be undone.

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