kb saine

Director

diverse representations of life onstage, bound by a common human story to which all audience members can relate, when paired with manifold casts and artistic teams, lead to diverse audiences and the opportunity to evoke greater understanding of and empathy for disparate cultures -through the shared arts experience.

appalachian blackface

(in development) at the turn of the 20th century in Southern West Virginia, Jacob, the son of a European coal mining family and Prince, the star of an African-American touring minstrel troupe, struggle to break through the social & economic codes keeping them from living the lives they desire. as their worlds collide and their relationship grows, Jacob and Prince fight the obligations of family and history during america’s first attempt at a post-racial society.

a night at Gladys’ clam house

(current project) gladys bentley, one of the most notorious and successful queer, African-American, lesbian entertainers of the Harlem Renaissance, takes an autobiographical musical journey on the stage of harlem nightclub where she performed dazzling, raunchy, gender-bending numbers.

the velveteen rabbit

from the world premiere production, 2007

from the world premiere production, 2007

from the Sycamore rouge 2010 production

from the Sycamore rouge 2010 production

from the 2010 sycamore rouge production

from the 2010 sycamore rouge production

“...has all the markings of a memorable production your entire family will applaud.”
— of cabbages and kings

rumpelstiltskin

original production/tour: sycamore rouge, 2016

original production/tour: sycamore rouge, 2016

original production/tour: sycamore rouge, 2016

original production/tour: sycamore rouge, 2016

read*y for right

with rev. wyatt tee walker

with rev. wyatt tee walker

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