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Crossroads Theater Company previews the 2022-23 season

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originally published: 08/13/2022

(NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ) — Crossroads Theater Company will present a preview of the 2022-23 season on Saturday, September 10 at 5 p.m. at the Arthur Laurents Theater (New Brunswick Center for the Performing Arts). This free festive event will include conversations with the Crossroads artistic team, as well as cast members working on the upcoming season, and a special performance by incredibly talented jazz singer, April May and her band, Sounds of A&R, in a captivating tribute to Sarah Vaughan.

This event is FREE but you must register. Click here to register. The New Brunswick Center for the Performing Arts (NBPAC) is located at 11 Livingston Avenue in New Brunswick, New Jersey. As of August 1, the venue no longer requires masks.

Crossroads Theater Company, recipient of the 1999 Tony Award® for Outstanding Regional Theater in the United States, is the nation’s first African-American theater. The American Theater Critics Association, the American Theater Wing and the League of Regional Theaters and Producers presented the prestigious Tony Award® to Crossroads in recognition of its 22 years of artistic achievement and excellence. Crossroads is the first African-American theater to receive this honor in the 33-year history of this special award category.

Crossroads continues to lead the nation with its commitment to literary works that examine the African American experience so that it can be understood and enjoyed by all. The recent Tony Award® and Crossroads 20th Anniversary celebration is a testament to the perseverance and vision of those who continue to support the theatre. Both are of great significance, not only to the immediate families of Crossroads staff, subscribers and patrons, but also to the City of New Brunswick, the State of New Jersey, the nation and the legacy of the black theater itself. When co-founders Ricardo Khan and L. Kenneth Richardson envisioned a space where, as actors, the two young men could work on substantive, non-stereotypical roles, little did they know their vision would become the major institution that she is today. .

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