SRPT NEW HOME WISH LIST

October 24th, 2014

SRPT WISH LIST:  WE THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND DONATION.

*Window draperies (8)-room darkening – 19’L x 55″W & rods & Installation

*boiler & installation

* We need more stage lights

* Banners – to reduce noise and echoes in theatre

* picture frames (16)- 4×5″- with previous show photos, poster & program mounted

*Fabric – lightweight & bold colorful-draped from ceiling as a sound baffle- approx 250′

*electrical upgrade & installation

* wheelchair ramp -portable/ wheels

* storage boxes-clear plastic- fit on shelves ^^

* Garment Rack (4) – durable & portable, wheels preferred

* tables- (4) lightweight & durable – folding okay if easily assembled & disassembled

* coffee urn (2) 40 cup min.-electric

*Spotlights, outdoor (4), solar preferred

*Printing Services: Outdoor signage, show posters, programs & postcards-color, business cards-color

*website redesign & maintenance

*Publicity expertise

*Cash box (2), lightweight with lock & key

*Financial assistance *Refrigerator-Dorm size

Coming September 19 – “FENCES” By August Wilson

August 18th, 2014
Soul Rebel Performance Troupe Presents:

FENCES — A Play by August Wilson
Directed by Jean-Remy Monnay

Presented at The Soul Rebel new home: 1501 First Ave, Watervliet, New York 12189 exit 8 on 787 from Albany. We are at the corner of 15th street and First Ave across from The Senior home near City Hall.

Featuring: Emmett Ferris, Corey Ellis, Keyonn Everett, Frederick Jones, Donald Hyman, Sharon DeSilva, Autumn Wafer

Friday & Saturday September 19 & 20 at 8:00 pm
Sunday September 21 at 4:00 pm
Friday & Saturday September 26 & 27 at 8:00 pm
Sunday September 28 at 4:00 pm
Friday & Saturday October 3 & 4 at 8:00 pm
Sunday October 5 at 4:00 pm

General admission Price: $10.00
Students & Seniors $8.00
For more information, call 518-833-2621

Arguably August Wilson’s most renowned work, Fences explores the life and relationships of the Maxson family. This moving drama was written in 1983 and earned Wilson his first Pulitzer Prize.


The protagonist, Troy Maxson is a restless trash-collector and former baseball athlete. Though deeply flawed, he represents the struggle for justice and fair treatment during the 1950s. Troy also represents human nature’s reluctance to recognize and accept social change. In the playwright’s setting description, symbols connected to his character can be found: the house, the incomplete fence, the porch, and the makeshift baseball tied to a tree branch.

 

I just Stopped By To See The Man by Stephen Jeffreys

June 2nd, 2014
Soul Rebel Performance Troupe Inc. (SRPT) presents –

“I JUST STOPPED BY TO SEE THE MAN”

Starring Emmett Ferris, David Cerutti and Kim Wafer
Directed by Jean-Remy Monnay

I Just Stopped By to See the Man,” British playwright Stephen Jeffreys’ charming, thoughtful and mysterious riff on musical immortality, idol worship and lost souls looking for grace. Holed up in a shotgun house in the Mississippi Delta, a legendary blues man has hung his guitar over the fireplace and sworn off the music that made him famous.

“I Just Stopped By to See the Man is really about redemption and hope.” —North County Times

“This is a tough, sensitive play about values and commitments, heads and hearts.” —The Sunday Times, London

“In this richly humane and moving play, Stephen Jeffreys explores a fascinating corner of social and artistic history… It isn’t issues that drive the play but people and the love of music itself.” —The Daily Telegraph, London

“I Just Stopped By to See the Man is a rare pleasure, an interesting and involving play about the blues…an extremely atmospheric, well-constructed play.” —Curtain Up, London

Friday and Saturday June 13 & 14 at 8:00 pm
Sunday , June 15th at 3:00 pm
Thursday, Friday & Saturday June 19-21 at 8:00 pm
Sunday June 22, at 3:00 pm

For tickets and info please call 518-253-2888

 

Past performances

February 25th, 2014

WOW!the kids variety showfundraising eventHarriet Tubman Visits A Therapistbookends

2014 events

February 25th, 2014

Here what’s coming in the next few months

April 10, 2014 – Take Back The Night –  The fight against Sexual Violence with The Albany Law School at The Albany Law School.

May 10, 2014 – Fund Raising Event with Foods, Drinks and performances by some very talented performers.

June 2014 – TBA – Our first big production this year. More details coming….

July and August – Summer workshops and Educational programs for youths

September 2014 – TBA

November 2014 – TBA