Best Supporting Performer: Yvonne Singh
In numerous recent roles, YVONNE SINGH achieved the goal of any theater
artist: to make the artifice of stagecraft appear real. Singh brought
grounded credibility to roles as dissimilar as a noble tribal leader in 15th-
century Africa in Essential Theatre’s Leaving Limbo; a snaky, Satanic
ringmaster in dreadlocks and ringmaster gear in 7 Stages’ Come On in My
Kitchen; and several service-industry laborers in 7 Stages’ Nickel and Dimed.
Singh faithfully demonstrates the ability to bring the most abstract material
or highfalutin’ ideas down to earth with the rest of us.
A touring theater education company based in Atlanta Georgia USA.
Brings to international theaters, festivals, colleges and universities theaterworks about blackwomen's lives, writings, culture and
Join us for the final
event of the 2013 MLK
week, "Zora", presented
by Dr. Yvonne Singh.
This one-woman show
highlights the life of
author Zora Neale
Hurston, and how it is
connected to Dr. King's
Letter from Birmingham
|Yvonne Singh (C'82)Presents
Friday, January 25, 2013
at 4:00pm to 6:00pm
37th and O St., N.W.,
Washington DC, 20007