Photo courtesy of Tony Dontscheff
...and here's what audience members are saying:
"Carbon Black has not one, but two masterful performances- you shouldn't miss it..."
"Sheila Tousey is spectacular in this play- what a journey she takes us on!"
"Young Michael Drummond's 'Inky' is a revelation."
"Amazingly strong characters; totally absorbing- bravo!"
"Great story- great acting- great performances."
Don't miss your chance to see the world premiere of this remarkable play by Terry Gomez. The show runs until Sunday, November 22nd at the Autry National Center across from the LA Zoo. Performances are at 8p on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays and at 2p on Saturdays and Sundays.
General admission is $20 but you can take advantage of our 2-for-1 offer by calling 323-667-2000, ext 354 or emailing nativevoices@au
trynationalcent er.org. Use the code YELLOWTREE and let us know which performance you'd like to attend.
In the meantime, take a look at Evan Henerson's article on Native Voices in the Examiner and Ashley Steed's story on Terry and CARBON BLACK in LA Stage.
And as Carbon Black is enjoying its time in the theatre, arrangements are already being made for our 2010 Playwrights Retreat and Festival of New Plays. November's turning into a very busy month for Native Voices so be sure to keep checking back here for updates!
Till next time!