Embracing its 50 year anniversary coming up in 2017
the company launched by Robert Hooks, Douglas Turner Ward and Gerald Krone is celebrating with auditions for shows Father/Sons and A Lovely Malfunction, Year of the Women series featuring Ntozake Shange and J.e. Franklin, expanding to a full conservatory list of classes in Acting, Dance, Playwriting, Directing, Comedy TV, coming
THE NEGRO ENSEMBLE COMPANY TRAINING PROGRAM
Since 1966, Obie, Pulitzer, Drama Desk Award winning theater. Workshops, Training Program, Work-Study. Acting, Directing, Script Analysis, Playwriting , Character and Atmosphere work, Mask Work, Comedy, Voice/ Articulation, Classics of World Theatre, Backstage Crafts, Improvisation. Business of Arts, Dance, Music from point of view, yet not exclusive to the Black Actor. Alumni: Adolf Caesar, Laurence Fishburne, Lou Gossett, Jr., Hattie Winston, Angela Bassett, Samuel L Jackson, Rosalind Cash, Phylicia Rashad, Denzel Washington
THE NEGRO ENSEMBLE COMPANY TRAINING PROGRAM
303 W 42nd St Suite 501
New York, NY 10036
212-582-5860 (office) 212- 582-9639 (fax)
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8-12 students per class. All Levels.
offering artists an associate membership to The Field. Every Associate membership to The Field through NEC Artists Monthly Meet will contribute $20 for The NEC Monthly Meets operating and program expenses. As you know, the monthly NEC meets at Riverside Church are free, while artists get resources to forward their projects and arts careers! Here are some features and benefits you get with your tax deductible, $45/year membership:costume collection, materials for the arts, foundation center database, video editing, photoshop, questia library, fieldwork
December 7, 2009. An over-capacity crowd bombarded Negro Ensemble Company Repertory’s last production Lost and Found. On December 10-11th Lost and Found 2 exposes more of the brillant plays from the NEC archives! From 1967 to the 90’s, Negro Ensemble Company, the second oldest black theater company in the world, was the best place for black playwrights to sent their plays for production. When the company closed temporarily, in the 80’s, boxes of scripts and memorabilia unaccounted for. Excerpts from six of the hundreds of archived works re-discovered at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture are returning to the stage.
Alysia Joy Powell, emerging writer/actress/singer and new NEC Rep member, will be debuted as part of NEC Repertory’s: Lost and Found 2 is on December 10 and 11th at 8pm Where Eagles Dare Theatre in New York,
NY. Featured Artists include: Callistus Oniyuke, Kubbi, Chrystal Asbury, Omar Bah, Charles Pernell Simpson, Jackie Lowe, Teresa Lasley Alysia Joy Powell and Malikia Causey
“Astounding work!says NEC Repertory’s Founder, Facilitator and NEC Alum, ..”I see a young Denzel, Sam Jackson, L Scott Caldwell, Frances Foster on this stage. Negro Ensemble Company’s Savannah Black & Blue
Negro Ensemble Co : Clinton Lowe held by Ciera Payton and Jamie Patton in Savannah Black & Blue by Raymond Jones to Sold Out Performances at Shetler Theatre NYC Theatre
by Raymond Jones, which played to several weeks of SOLD OUT
The Negro Ensemble Company Monthly Meet at Riverside Church
Saturday December 5th, 10 am- 1p Multi-Purpose Room 1st fl with Special Guest Patricia Burgess from The Field and Special Guest Film Producer
The NEC Monthly Meet at Riverside Church Multi-Purpose Room every 1st Saturday of the month. Upcoming Dates: Dec 5, (no Jan), Feb 6 , Mar 6 Apr 3 , May 1…on going and free
Get resources and information for artist services, tools for producing your art projects, low cost rehearsal space. Find out how you can team up with one of the oldest most respected Theatre Companies in the World to do your art. NEC Monthly Meet and Training Program http://www.necartz.com for more
The Negro Ensemble Co 303 W 42 St Suite 501 New York, NY 10030 Info on NEC Rep Program Union Actors benefits see Members Benefits Page of Actor’s Equity Assoc website
August 27, 2009. 10 members from the NEC Repertory and Marie McKinney, program coordinator and instructor at Negro Ensemble Company, were invited to meet with CBS-TV, Casting Vice President, Fern Orenstein to participate in The CBS Diversity Institute’s one-on-one coaching on best practices for marketing the actor’s talent and landing roles on “episodic” TV. You know, TV shows like, C.S.I, N.C.I.S, The Unit, Peace Maker, among others. Ms. Orenstein, Barbara Matos and other Casting Executives from CBS Hollywood and CBS NY met with 80 selected Actors from the Actor’s Unions and African, Latin and Asian American NY organizations, including NEC.