VOTING OPENS FOR 2021 BroadwayWorld OFF / OFF-OFF BROADWAY AWARDS

Dear Supporters, Patrons. Family and Friends!

 

We are honored to share with you the good news about one of New Heritage Theatre Group's latest film projects, BECOMING OTHELLO: A Black Girl's Journey -- Live Streaming Event.

 

Our World Premiere film production has received [5] Nominations, in the Streaming Categories, for the 2021 BroadwayWorld OFF / OFF-OFF BROADWAY AWARDS

 

Won't you help us celebrate and bring home a WIN!

CLICK HERE TO CAST YOUR VOTE
https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Nominations-Open-For-The-2021-BroadwayWorld-OffOff-Off-Broadway-Awards-2001010151

 

 

VOTING CLOSES DECEMBER 31, 2021

 

 

 becoming othello nominations

 

5 Nominations include:

.. 37) Best Performance In A Streaming Play - Debra Ann Byrd BECOMING OTHELLO: A BLACK GIRL'S JOURNEY (2021)

 

 .. 39) Best Direction Of A Streaming Play Or Musical - Tina Packer BECOMING OTHELLO A BLACK GIRL'S JOURNEY (2021)

 

 .. 40) Best Video Editing Of A Streaming Play Or Musical - Craig T. Williams - Becoming Othello (2021)

 

.. 41) Best Sound Design Of A Streaming Play Or Musical - David D. Wright BECOMING OTHELLO: A BLACK GIRL'S JOURNEY (2021)

 

 .. 42) Best Streaming New Play - BECOMING OTHELLO: A Black Girl's Journey (2021) -- Written by Debra Ann Byrd, Co-Presented by New Heritage Films, Machicote Glennbrooke Entertainment and The National Arts Club.

 

*Numbers above reflect the category number for voting.

 

Won't you help us celebrate and bring home a WIN!

 

CLICK HERE TO CAST YOUR VOTE
https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Nominations-Open-For-The-2021-BroadwayWorld-OffOff-Off-Broadway-Awards-2001010151

VOTING CLOSES DECEMBER 31, 2021

 

We truly appreciate you. Thanks a million in advance!

 

 Voza Rivers / New Heritage Theatre Group,

 Debra Ann Byrd / Harlem Shakespeare Festival,

 Zachary Tomlinson/The Center at West Park

 and the cast and crew of

  Becoming Othello: A Black Girl's Journey: Solo Show OnFilm

 

Press

  • VOZA RIVERS/NEW HERITAGE TO PRESENT "IT IS AFRICAN" MUSIC CONCERT

    PRESS RELEASE: February 17, 2020

    Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group and Williams Institutional CME Church presents "IT IS AFRICAN"
    Featuring the music of the AfroHORN Band & International
    Oyu Oro Afro- Cuban Dance Company 

     


    HARLEM: FEBRUARY 17, 2020
     
    Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group and Williams Institutional CME Church will present IT IS AFRICAN, a spiritual afternoon of African music and dance, on Sunday March 8, 2020 at 5pm. This special Harlem premiere performance features Francisco Mora-Catlett and his New York-based Afro Horn jazz ensemble, and a dance performance by the extraordinary Oyu Oro Afro-Cuban Dance company, co-founded by Mora-Catlett's wife, Cuban dancer, international Afro-Cuban folk-lore performer, choreographer, teacher and dance ethnologist from Santiago de Cuba Danys "LaMora" Perez.
  • Voza Rivers / New Heritage Theatre Group and Rudi Mbele presents WOZA SOUTH AFRICA
    HARLEM: FEBRUARY 20, 2020 
     
    MOTHERLAND Messengers will make their Harlem debut as part of their 2020USA tour on Friday, March 6,at 7 PM at the historic Williams CME Church. Motherland Messengers are an ensemble of South African Gospel recording artists and musicians. Collectively they have wom numerous individul awards and have performed all over the world. This talented group of singers and musicians celebrates the power of spiritual music in their native languages and English and various musical genres including South African traditional gospel, Acapella, American Gospel and R&B. The producers are inviting all New Yorkers to come out and experience this complimentary performance and  these talented artists..
  • THE FANNIE LOU HAMER STORY, The Voice of The Empowered (VOTE)

    THE FANNIE LOU HAMER STORY, The Voice of The Empowered (VOTE) 

    Award- Winning One-Woman Play Announces

    FACEBOOK LIVE and INSTAGRAM PERFORMANCE 

    June 19, 2020 8PM

    New Heritage Theatre Group, Harlems’ own and New York’s oldest black not for profit black theatre, celebrating its 56th anniversary. invites you to the premiere live performance of THE FANNIE LOU HAMER Story, the critically acclaimed, award winning, one-woman play, written by and starring Mzuri Moyo Aimbaye, directed by Byron C. Saunders. The Fannie Lou Hamer Story is the story of Fannie Lou Hamer’s fight for freedom and voting empowerment, the story of one of American History’s most powerful civil rights activists.  

    New Heritage Theatre Group Executive Producer Voza Rivers is pleased to join forces with Healing Through the Sound of Music, a non-profit 501 c-3 theater production company located in Altamonte, Fl. who developed the presentation and has presented it over the last 6 years at over 50 select performing arts venues across the U.S. in support of voting rights.

    The award winning solo performance of the Fannie Lou Hamer story will debut as a live online event in Celebration of Juneteenth, on Facebook Live and Instagram Live on June 19, 2020 at 8pm. from the historic Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center in Sanford, Florida. home of the Trayvon Martin tragedy, one of the many symbols of social injustice.

    This powerful and uplifting play follows Fannie Lou Hamer’s rise from Jim Crow’s Mississippi all the way to the halls of Congress leading the Voting Rights Movement in 1964 and is very timely today. 

    “The realities of Covid -19 and the on going challenges and continuing struggles for social justice has brought communities together to deal with the a situation that harkens back to and reminds us of the civil rights struggles of the 1960s,” - Voza Rivers, Executive Producer, New Heritage Theatre Group

    “This unprecedented time of our lives brings with it a sense of urgency that we honor all of those on the front lines who have dedicated their lives to preserving our basic rights of freedom, safety, quality and democracy where all people can thrive.” says Djehuty Se Hotep, Producer Healing Through the Sound of Music.

    For more information about The FLHS visit at www.thefannielouhamerstory.com. Also check us out on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. For additional information: 

    info@thefannielouhamerstory.com and www.newheritagetheatre.org

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