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Now That’s Entertaining


Written by Francesca Amendolia & Sharia Benn

In this new play, inspired by and created for the Climate Solutions / StateImpact PA project, six very different people find themselves thrown together on a stormy night in Harrisburg—the evening isn’t going to plan, but maybe that’s why things finally get real.


The conversation is only just starting—and you’re invited to take part.

Gamut Theatre Mainstage

Saturday October 28, 7:30 PM & Sunday, October 29, 3 PM


​Langston Hughes’ BLACK NATIVITY a retelling of Christianity’s Nativity Story set to jubilant gospel music incorporates dialog, folk spirituals, traditional carols, dramatic dance, and Biblical narrative. The Christmas story expresses African American spirituality and the oral traditions of the African American church.

Friday, Dec 1 - 3, 2023

West Shore Theatre

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The Jackson House: Music's Resting Place

By Sharia Benn & Clark Nicholson

Produced in partnership with Gamut Theatre
What starts as a search for the perfect burger and a lost little brother leads a group of young friends on a journey of musical exploration and personal self-discovery. Through encounters with several mysterious strangers, they are led to reflect upon the legacy of Black musicians & the Harrisburg hospitality network that gave them safe lodging.

February 10-25, 2024

Gamut Theatre

Intimate Apparel by Lynn Cottage

Produced in Partnership with Theatre Harrisburg. 

The time is 1905 and Esther Mills, an African American seamstress makes lingerie for the wealthy women uptown and ladies of the night downtown. Lynn Nottage’s “Intimate Apparel” explores the desire for both independence and connection, the insidious effects of racism and classism, the social oppression of women, and the bravery, hard work, friendship, and love of people forgotten by history.

June 14- 23, 2024

The Krevsky Center

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