Black man head and shoulders, smiling

Monday, March 20, 8pm
Kafe Kerouac, 2250 North High St.
Day 20 of the Holler series brings forth an actor of commanding presence to present a writer of commanding presence!

"Why compete when you can collaborate?" 
Troy Anthony Harris is originating Director of BlackSpace: Urban Performing Arts Collective, dedicated to promoting and developing programming for Afrocentric performing artists. He is a seasoned theatrical performer working with local companies Contemporary American Theater Company (CATCO), Actors’ Theatre of Columbus, Imagine Productions and Onyx Productions. Troy’s been blessed to travel nationwide with his theater performance having worked in public relations with North Country Center for the Arts in New Hampshire, Company Member with Playhouse on The Square (Memphis), and serving as performer and administrator with Lorraine Hansberry Theater in San Francisco, under legendary directors Stanley Williams and Quentin Easter.

On March 20, Troy Anthony Harris will be doing a dramatic reading of selections written by James Baldwin, followed by a Q&A.

Monday, March 20
8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Admission: Free
Venue: Kafe Kerouac / 2250 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43201 / (614) 299-2672