Blues for an Alabama sky named one of the Best plays of 2022 by LA TIMES

I’m so full of gratitude this morning.

In a year where many audiences were adjusting to the idea of returning to the theatre following the pandemic, artists working in LA turned in some truly fantastic performances. I personally LOVED and was inspired by Sir Simon Russell Beale’s brilliant performance in the epic LEHMAN TRILOGY production at the Ahmanson.

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Blues for an Alabama Sky directed by Phylicia Rashad at the Mark Taper Forum

Harlem, 1930. Where the Blues are getting bluer and the gin is running dry.

A free-spirited Cotton Club singer has just been fired with nowhere left to go but down. So, she turns to her best friend, an extravagant costume designer with plans to dress Josephine Baker in Paris. Maybe they can run away together. Or maybe the handsome southerner that just came knocking can offer an even better life. But the saxophone dreams of Harlem rarely end as smoothly as they start.

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Seattle Film Festival

Proud to announce that Tinderbox has picked up 4 nominations at the Seattle Film Festival including Best Short Film, Best Director (Rickey Larke), Best Produced or Unproduced Screenplay and Best Actor (Dennis Pearson).

It is an absolute honor to have our project be recognized by this awesome organization and among all the talented films that were submitted and showcased. 🙏🏿

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