PRODUCTION HISTORY

FUN FACTS

  • 2001

    Levy Lee Simon’s Haitian Trilogy, “For The Love of Freedom Pt.I: Toussaint” with Greenway Arts Alliance was an enormous undertaking for both theatre companies; a period piece with more than 30 actors. Robey and Greenway were nominated for 10 NAACP Image Awards and won three: Directing, Ensemble Acting, and Costume Design.

  • 2010

    7 NAACP Theatre Awards Nominations for Robey:

    • Best Set Design: The River Niger – John Paul Luckenback

    • Best Ensemble Cast: The River Niger

    • Best Director: Bronzeville – Ben Guillory

    • Best Playwright: Bronzeville – Timothy Toyama and Aaron Woolfolk

    • Best Lighting: Bronzeville – Luke Moyer

  • 2011

    Winner of 5 NAACP Theatre Awards:

    • Best Set Design: Transitions – Victoria Bellocq

    • Best Playwright: Transitions – Kellie Roberts

    • Best Supporting Male: Ther Emperor’s Last Performance – Robert Clements

  • 2011

    • Best Lead Male: The Emperor’s Last Performance – Dwain A. Perry

    • Best Supporting Male: Ther Emperor’s Last Performance – Robert Clements

    • Best Female Lead: The Reckoning – Toyin Moses

    • Best Ensemble Cast: Transitions

  • 2012

    NAACP Theatre Awards

    • Best Sound Design (Local) – Kimberly McCord Wilson (Pity The Proud Ones)

    • Best Set Design (Local) – Miguel Montalvo (Pity The Proud Ones)

  • 2013

    • Best Playwright (Local) – Celeste Bedford Walker (Camp Logan)

    • Best Producer (local) – Ben Guillory Robey Theatre co., Viola Davis, Julius Tennon, JuVee Productions, Vanessa Paul and Alex Morris, Sparkling City Entertainment (Camp Logan).

The Robey Theatre Company

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Telephone:  213-489-7402

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