BACCE has been awarded support from the Creative Work Fund to develop our first original devised work, Black To The Future. This first new project seeks to find a new way to communicate in the theatre. The plot involves a divided United States and a new nation being built with Black occupancy and Black rule.... Continue Reading →
Boy Go To Jupiter opening – A Word for Word/BACCE collaboration
Opening July 14! Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe is directing Danielle Evans’ Boys Go To Jupiter for Word for Word. BACCE is a co-presenter. At Z Space, July 14-31. Opening Night is Saturday, July 16! Word for Word is a theater company that performs short works of fiction in their entirety, preserving the author’s voice and honoring her/his intent with exciting visuals... Continue Reading →
Black Magic! BACCE is at Magic Theatre for a Pop-up Pandemonium Nov. 17th
We will be at Magic Theatre at Fort Mason in San Francisco bringing our Pop-up Pandemonium. We are part of the new revolution at Magic Theatre. It's the House of Sean San Jose, now honey! Come out and play with BACCE! We are something magical at Magic! Come do your part ! Come build a... Continue Reading →
So Soul SF: Internationally Black in conversation with Dr. Niyi Coker, Jr.
Join BACCE in conversation with the esteemed Dr. Niyi Coker, Jr. - playwright/director/filmmaker and Director of the School of Theatre, Television and Film at San Diego State University Hosted by Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe and Rotimi Agbabiaka, the Black Art Salons are featured every third Saturday of the month at 11am on BACCETUBE, our YouTube channel. This... Continue Reading →
Internationally Black goes to Germany w/ George N Roses and Colin Griffiths Brown
Join us in two lively conversations with two Berlin basedBlack Artists. First up, Rotimi speaks with drag performer and educator, George N Roses about moving, living, loving and finding work in Berlin. Then, Edris talks to musician/actor/comedian Colin Griffiths-Brown about being an international actor and touring with Carrington-Brown, an award winning comedy duo featuring Colin... Continue Reading →
So Soul SF Black Art Salons move online
Join us for some stimulating conversations and performances as we move the So Soul SF Black Art Salon to YouTube. The theme for this fall is "Internationally Black" and we search the globe for the artists who are making a career on the international scene. Every third Saturday at 11am on our YouTube channel, Black... Continue Reading →
Co-vid 19 and BACCE
A Note from BACCE Founder and Artistic Director, Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe Family, Hope you are all staying safe and washing your hands often. Wear your masks and be there when BACCE returns with our brand new original work, Black To The Future! We are working virtually to bring this show to life and striving to remain... Continue Reading →
Black To The Future – coming in 2020!
Fall 2020! Look for BACCE in our first original play. Following a geographical, cultural and racial split in the United States, twin Kehinde and Taiwo, find themselves on different ends of a utopian battle for freedom in the new Black states. Created by Rotimi Agbabiaka, Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe, Kehinde Koyejo, Aejay Mitchell, Indiaa Wilmott and Arron... Continue Reading →
Black To The Future – Coming in 2020!
BACCE is embarking on our first original production. We are creating our own devised theatre project that will establish the principles and processes that make us stronger! Stay tuned to this channel for the latest and for updates on how company members are coping with the current SITUATION!
An American Ma(u)l opens!
Shaky but strong, BACCE opened the blazing and timely Robert O'Hara satire, An American Ma(u)l, our most ambitious undertaking to date. With a cast of 8, bringing more than 30 characters to life, An American Ma(u)l is an amazing feat of acting alone. With their phasers set to STUN, this cast will dazzle you with... Continue Reading →