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201 SE 2nd Place, Suite 111 ·  Gainesville, FL  32601

info@blackcproduction.com  ·  Black C Production, INC.

© by Ani Collier

Past Performances

Mylar Voyage, February Art Walk

February 28, 2020 at 7 p.m.

Zornitsa Stoyanova, Bulgarian artist, comes straight to Black C Art Gallery after presenting a project at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. 

 

Zornitsa joins Black C in creating a piece entitled “Mylar Voyage” to be shown during the February Art Walk.  

Who's On The Other Side Of The Footlights? You!

ENCORE Performance! January 23, 2020 at  7 p.m.

They are Back for an encore story telling evening!

In December, Black C Art gathered a group of residents to write and perform their own stories.These original pieces were magnificent and the evening was touching, provocative, funny and informative.

"...it was a masterpiece experience right here in my hometown, a gift I will remember.  You've given me new skills and a framework to practice and find my voice...". --- Kim Tesch-Vaught

Who's On The Other Side Of The Footlights? You!

December 13, 2019 at 7 p.m.

Black C Art Gallery loves stories. Some of our stories amuse one another, make us laugh, cry, feel empathy, despair, or love. Sharing stories serves to strengthen the community.

So, here we are heading into the holiday season, and Black C Art Gallery wants to celebrate you. We want to hear your stories, and we want to hear you tell them in a series of workshops we’ll be hosting in preparation for our final performance of the year.

The event is free of charge, as a thank you to our community and a celebration of the gallery's expansion into a performance art space this past season!

 

The Stronger

November 20, 21, 2019 at 7 p.m.

Mrs. X and Ms. Y. They find one another in a cafe on Christmas Eve. What do they have in common? What are their differences? Who has what to say? And more importantly, at the end of their encounter, which one is the stronger?

Inspired by August Strindberg’s THE STRONGER. Additional dialogue from "Mistress of Many Moons" by Sylvia Brownrigg and Lauren Warhol Caldwell.

Directed by Lauren Warhol Caldwell

Featuring Sara Morsey and Ani Collier

Oedipus Redux OR "Which Man is That in My Bed?"

October 23, 24, 2019 at 7 p.m.

Our wonderful Lauren Warhol Caldwell is back with yet another original piece. She is joined by the guitarist Chuck Martin, who will be accenting the story with underscore, plinks, zaps and strums which will culminate into an orchestration of this Greek tragedy.

Oedipus Rex, written by Sophocles, morphs into an altered title in Warhol Caldwell's and Chuck Martin's roguish interpretation entitled: Oedipus Redux OR "Which Man is That in My Bed?"

 

This faux Greek mash up with text and guitar is just a way to tickle your fancy as to what will be next on the agenda at the gallery.

"...there was a Girl,"

September 26, 2019 at 7 p.m.

 

Due to popular demand, there will be an encore performance of "...there was a Girl," which was conceived, written and directed by Lauren Warhol Caldwell. She, Ani Collier and Gregg Jones will be transforming the gallery into a black box theater once again for the production.

The story happens to involve the conflict between a man and a woman, but the tragic essence is certainly not limited to just a man and a woman; this story happens between all sexes and all categories in life. It happens in the workplace, between friends, in the family unit, and on the playgrounds in our schools. It is a plague, and this plague is a monster.

 

Joining us for the talk-back after the performance is Lisa Wolcott, who is a counselor here in Gainesville with her own private practice, Wolcott Counseling & Wellness

White Rabbit Red Rabbit

September 11, 12, 13, 2019 at 7 p.m.

 

A play by Nassim Soleimanpour / Iran


FROM THE PRODUCERS: "No rehearsals. No director. No set.
A different actor reads the script cold for the first time at each performance.

“I was born on Azar 19th, 1360 in Tehran. That’s Tehran, December 10th, 1981 in Christian years…”

Forbidden to leave his country, playwright Nassim Soleimanpour distilled the experience of an entire generation in a wild, utterly original play. WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT is a work about contemporary Iran and of Nassim’s generation. A generation born amidst the hardship of the Iran-Iraq war. A generation of computer-literate, well-informed young people who have never known an Iran other than the Islamic Republic."