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 strong throughout these revealing days. As a collective, we have taken... Continue Reading →
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 →
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!
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 →
America is on the brink of economic disaster. But the newly-elected prez has a plan! Dr. Eli Whitney IV has invented a new form of cotton that will revolutionize the garment industry, but there’s one small snag – it needs to be handpicked. And the president knows just who to press into service to pick... Continue Reading →
Come dance and party withBACCE, featuring our favorites, the band OMB, for the last Salon of the season! OMB features David Lofton, a regular at the Sugar Shack, whose musical projects included John & Bone and Beautiful Cuba. Lofton returns to the BACCE stage with musical partner blue buddha whose eclectic vocals lead this popular... Continue Reading →
Join members of the BACCE ensemble, Rotimi Agbabiaka, Kehinde Koyejo Aejay Mitchell, Shirley Smallwood, Indiia Wilmott and Aaron Wilton on Thursday, May 17th in the Brava Cabaret for High Crimes & Misdemeanors an examination of banned, censored and controversial theater texts. Centered around Robert O'Hara's scathing satire, An American Ma(u)l, the company stages and discusses... Continue Reading →
On March 15, Amara Tabor Smith and Ellen Sebastian Chang brought an episode of their wondrous project, House/Full to the Brava Cabaret. A magic punch put everyone in the mood for love and art; beans warmed our soul; and melodies, mantras and meaningful messages caressed our ears. The project was formed to address the emotional,... Continue Reading →