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Sat, May 13


Jean Carlo Stephenson Auditorium

Stars'R'Us Theater Troupe: Wine In The Wilderness

Join Foundry in welcoming Stars 'R' Us Theater Troupe to present: Wine in the Wilderness, a drama/comedy written by renown artist and playwright Alice Childress on Saturday, May 13th!

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Stars'R'Us Theater Troupe: Wine In The Wilderness
Stars'R'Us Theater Troupe: Wine In The Wilderness

Time & Location

May 13, 2023, 7:00 PM

Jean Carlo Stephenson Auditorium, 800 5th Ave, Huntington, WV 25701, USA

About the event

Saturday, May 13th Stars 'R' Us Theater Troupe presents "Wine in the Wilderness," a drama/comedy written by renown artist/playwright Alice Childress! Tickets are available now, $20! Students can purchase a discounted ticket for $15, and seniors 55+ for $10.

Foundry Theater is located in the Jean Carlo Stephenson Auditorium on the second floor of Huntington City Hall, 800 5th Ave. Huntington, WV 25701. More information on parking and ADA accessibility can be found in the "Visit" and "Accessibility" webpages!

Stars 'R' Us Theater Troupe started out a small community theater company created in Fairfield West area of Huntington, WV. They aim to broaden, strengthen, and enrich the theater experience in our home state of West Virginia and surrounding areas. As a troupe they strive to enhance the reputation of African-American theater in an area where our youth and young adults are faced with challenges, little art and culture, and a lack of positive community involvement. Through the theater they hope to create a community of people who empower each other to make constructive life choices, all while providing an empowering experience of theater arts.

More info on "Wine in the Wilderness":

A drama/comedy that displays the perceptions of African-American women within their community. The play highlights issues such as: classism, sexism, and racism amongst African American community. Based off 1969 riots in Harlem, NY a night that is tearing the fabric of the community apart, Bill Jameson (Norman Branch), an artist is trying to complete his Triptych painting when his best friend, Sonnyman (Cameron Holmes) and his wife Cynthia (Dwedee Kobbah), find the perfect girl for the model job. What appears to be a silver lining in the clouds until “Oldtimer” (Thomas Shaw) lets the cat out the bag and Tommy Fields (Cecilia Hart), the model gives them a piece of reality. This is a propelling drama that shows the controversy between African-American men and women and the hardships of equality between equal work forces as women become more educated and look for equality.


  • General Admission

    This is a general admission ticket, seats are first come first serve! Doors open at 6:30 PM, show begins at 7:00 PM.

    Tax: +$1.05 Sales Tax+$0.40 service fee
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