This summer, BACCE Artistic Director and Bootycandy director, Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe and company member, Rotimi Agbabiaka (Type/Caste, Bootycandy) team up to co-director the San Francisco Mime Troupe's annual summer touring production, WALLS written by SF Mime Troupe resident playwright, Michael Gene Sullivan. The production marks a return for Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe to her artistic beginnings 25... Continue Reading →
Thanks to all who participated in the contest and supported Brava with a donation. The winner will be announced soon. Check back to see who will be attending the San Francisco production of Hamilton and backstage tour as a new Brava donor!
Bootycandy will close on March 5th. Don't miss this brilliant production of Robert O'Hara's runaway hit comedy! Review: 'Bootycandy' a treat for the theatrically daring (Lily Janiak, SF Chronicle) Review: Bootycandy by Eddie Reynolds, SF CITY Review
BACCE presents the Bay Area premiere of Robert O'Hara's subversive hit comedy, Bootycandy opens Sunday February 19 and runs weekends thru March 5! Bootycandy stars AeJay Mitchell*, Rotimi Agbabiaka*, Kehinde Koyejo* and Indiia Wilmott *Members of Actor's Equity Association
Playwright Robert O'Hara will be joining for the reading of his smash hit satire, Bootycandy. Follow the adventures of Sutter on his journey as a black, gay man in Aerica With Aejay Mitchell, Kehinde Koyejo, Rotimi Agbabiaka, Akilah A. Walker, and Ed Nattenberg. Directed by Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe
Join us Tuesday, June 28, 7pm at Brava for a staged reading of the long-awaited Bootycandy. We are excited to bring you this special reading and we are slated for production of Bootycandy in Feb 2017!!!!
Join us in February 28 at Brava Theater for the 7pm performance of Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical. A portion of the proceeds from the evening, entitled, Black Theater Night, will go to support upcoming BACCE productions. Get your tickets at: brava.org Mighty Real Tickets
So Soul San Francisco: Passing The Torch yielded moving performances by all three performers. Beginning with Sevan Kelee Boult's ukelele supported spoken word and song the evening's significance was immediate as their stories from American life were framed in painful and exquisite prose. Ramona Webb's work in progress How to Catch A Rapist in 12 Parts: Act... Continue Reading →