City Lights


Country gal went running barefoot into the city like she don’t know dirt roads and city streets ain’t paved the same like she don’t know nothing bout shattered glass and syringes She like a mosquito in the thick heat of a southern night drawn to the light of a bug lamp Even when she feel the…

Cast Not Your Pearls Before Swine


I still wake up around 3 every morning. This hardcore habit of mine has existed for at least 9 years. I’m sure it started before that but that’s the earliest my mind can currently remember. I’ve always been a late night writer but at that time I was in a relationship and the office was…

SOLD OUT!


My heart and soul is so filled with gratitude and honor. Within days Zora! Let The People Sing! sold out in Atlanta. I have poured so much into this production. It is nothing short of a labor of love. I can not begin to tell you how God has moved all over and around this…

Welcome Back (1 of 30)


I did not realize how far I’d gone until I went searching for myself and did not recognize my reflection Somewhere the need for perfection in projection left me flexing well beyond introspection Beyond physical, I’m talking mentally Staring in the mirror trying to figure out where the f*ck is me I was almost two…

Zora! Let The People Sing!


The life and times of legendary writer Zora Neale Hurston take center stage in Zora! Let The People Sing! at Atlanta’s Southwest Arts Center. This bio-play shines the spotlight on a woman who’s now lauded as an intellectual and spiritual foremother to a generation of African-American women and writers. Watch as she transforms herself from…

Women of Influence


At the Women’s Convention of 1851 Sojourner Truth gave her famous speech “Ain’t I A Woman” At one point, reminding those that said women were not equal to men because Christ wasn’t a woman, that Christ had indeed been birthed through a woman by God without the help of man Having seen her own children…