Cuttin’ Up Feb 15th – Mar 3rd

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Start Date: February 15, 2012
End Date: March 3, 2012

Location: Actor's Theatre of Charlotte: 650 East Stonewall St, Charlotte, NC


Cuttin’ Up – February 15 – March 3, 2012 @ The Actor’s of Charlotte

In barbershops across America, more history is taught than in any classroom. Haircuts tell tales—a departing soldier wants to ship out sporting a new fade, young men with dreadlocks brag about women, or a father christens his son with his first trim. The barbershop is a community, and its denizens are the storytellers of their time.

York, SC, native Charles Randolph-Wright crafts a memorable collection of personal history, current events and community lore. These colorful stories illustrate one remarkable truth: “When you have history, you belong.”

Adapted by Charles Randolph-Wright
Based on the book by Craig Marberry
…a hilarious and poignant slice of Black Americana!

“Colorful…vividly rendered” – LA Times

“as soulful as a mouthful of collard greens and as artfully done as a Jacob Lawrence painting” – USA Today

“worth a visit from anyone who loves the power of human storytelling, faith and endurance” – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“as satisfying as comfort food” – Daily Variety

Tickets: $15 – $30 | (704) 342-2251

Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte: 650 East Stonewall St, Charlotte, NC

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