Shades of Truth Theatre
337 W 138th St
New York, NY 10030

Autumn 2019

Our History
Shades of Truth Theatre has been in existence for a quarter of a century and has worked under the auspices of the Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre. The theater principally stages educational and American historical narratives that have impacted the lives of people of color and others. Shades of Truth Theatre is a serious and vital American theater that tells the story of the struggles and triumphs of our people and our country’s history. The theater has signature productions that are quite well regarded and received, such as: Whistle in Mississippi: The Lynching of Emmett Till; The Meeting; Camp Logan; Rage, Resistance and Revelry; Harriet Tubman Herself; I, Barbara Jordan; and much more. Regularly, Shades of Truth Theatre has presented historical documentaries and panel discussions after both plays and films. These sessions and events are exciting and become a great way for our youth to learn about the history of our republic. 

Shades of Truth Theatre is asking for considerable contributions to help us through this season and help with the erection of the Black Wall Street Museum and Performing Arts Center. Gifts of contribution will go towards the education and formation of young lives through the arts. Your gifts will be acknowledged publicly in our theater programs and banners. We can have an aisle, a wing an entrance a rehearsal room, a video room, a front door and other naming rights and opportunities. Donors will have the opportunity to be presenters of our plays and other special events during our theater seasons. Too, contributors will have opportunities to sponsor primary, grammar, secondary and tertiary schools (colleges), girl and boy scout groups, Sunday school church groups, countless organizations, civic groups, senior groups, and organizations for veterans. A great and vital opportunity for civic-minded donors will be to underwrite the cost of having our plays staged for our often overlooked and marginalized citizens in juvenile and detention centers, homeless shelters, hospitals, jails and prisons.

 
Immediate, Short-term Goals:

  • Public, private, charter and religious school students will attend our productions free of charge
  • Defray the costs of complimentary admissions for primary, middle school, secondary school students
  • Unemployed individuals as well as some senior citizens can also attend our productions .
  • Printed programs, promotional flyers and other advertisements for our productions.
  • Costs involved in distribution all promotional materials (posters, magnets, flyers, postcards) for our plays
  • Fees (often confiscatory) in renting theater spaces within and without the city
  • Fees for various theater space rentals (which can be costly).
  • Costs for theater rehearsal spaces (which are always sorely needed)
  • Truly, we need a permanent, real home for our theater
  • Venues for our productions
  • Electrical, audio and lighting equipment for our plays (instead of having to rent such items)
  • Fees for the services of the videographer for our productions (these videos serve as learning and improving tools for our actors)
  • Costumes for various theater productions (as the productions are often of a historical nature and require period costumes as well as chairs, furnishings and sets)
  • Fees (small compensations) for our actors and theater personnel
  • Transportation costs whenever productions are on the road and also bus and car fares for actors, theater personnel, interns, volunteers and assistants
  • Incidental costs for permission to use copy written and other authorial materials
  • Considerable fees attendant to the Inaugural Black Wall Street Theater and Music Festival that will occur 28 May through 2 June 2018. These costs will be for venues, artists, musicians, actors, advertising and much else. The festival will be open to the city and the world. We hope to make the festival free of charge for our youth and some of the other groups we support, and nominal fees for everyone else.


Longer Term Goals:

  • Creation of the Black Wall Street Museum Educational and Performance Arts Center (BWSMEPAC). We plan to have this center ready by December 2022.
  • Youth Dance Lessons at BWSMEPAC
  • Youth Music Lessons at BWSMEPAC
  • Youth Drama Lessons at BWSMEPAC
  • An after-school and community center where arts activities will be in full bloom as well as concerns of the community. The above-mentioned center is sorely lacking not only in our community in New York but in countless other cities and towns. Said center will a place where youth can be in a safe, nurturing, and empowering environment as late as 10pm nightly.
  • Goals: to perform in other locations such as: Washington, D.C; Virginia; Austin, Texas; Seattle, Washington; Portland, Oregon; San Francisco and San Diego in California; Chicago; Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, Israel; Cairo, Egypt; Rabat and Casablanca, Morocco; Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Asmara, Eritrea; Kigali, Rwanda; Kolkata and New Delhi, India; Harare, Zimbabwe; Lagos and Abuja, Nigeria; Accra, Ghana; Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire; Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania; Kampala, Uganda; Johannesburg, and Cape Town, South Africa; London and Manchester, UK; Munich and Berlin, Germany; Edinburgh, Scotland; Budapest, Hungary; Prague, Czech Republic; Sydney and Melbourne, Australia; Christchurch and Auckland, New Zealand;  the Caribbean; Central America; South America and Canada.

 
The Black Wall Street Theater and Music Festival

The BWS Theater and Music Festival will be a series of arts events held during a week-long observation & celebration of Black achievement, including workshops on building and maintaining an economic floor for the black community. Historically, there were a number of black business districts such as in Oklahoma, Florida, and elsewhere that were burned down to the ground in the long period of catastrophic white supremacist activities (after the Reconstruction period through the early part of the 20th century).

The Black Wall Street Theater and Music Festival will require considerable financial resources to stage and to assist in our ongoing efforts to stage the Black Wall Street Museum Educational and Performance Arts Center which will celebrate the achievements of African-Americans throughout the republic's history (commencing in the 1607 Jamestown settlement or, by general acclamation, the 1619 arrival through the present day). The museum will pay tribute to the destruction of countless successful Black communities and, happily, the continuation of others that were established throughout the country from the mid to late 1800’s into the mid-20th centuries).

 
The Creation of the Black Wall Street Museum Educational and Performance Arts Center

We hope to have the Black Wall Street Museum Educational and Performance Arts Center erected by December 2022 in the village of Harlem and will be a learning center for the community, the city, and young people throughout the tri-state area.

This center will be a place for the youth to engage in the arts and for them have a place to go as a clear alternative to getting caught up in the snares of some of the sadder activities of inner city life. The center will serve as a much needed after-school space, and it will be a safe, emotionally supporting and caring environment for our youth. Our fervent hope and prayer is that the building that will become our Performing Arts Center will be given to us as a gift from some generous soul and/or from some other source (federal, state, city, landlord,  property owner or an organization). Said building will be open 7 days a week and available to the entire community and city.

Shades of Truth Theatre firmly believes in the transformational development of our youth and others through the arts. Therefore, we implore everyone (including organizations, corporations, companies, houses of worship, institutions, and all civic groups) who are able to make significant financial contributions of 5,000, 10,000, 25,000, 40,000 or more. It will go a long way to our immediate goals of the Shades of Truth Theatre - and commence our path to achieving the long-term goals to create the Black Wall Street Museum Educational and Performance Arts Center.

Shades of Truth Theatre is of course reaching out to everyone to contribute as their budget allows. Every contribution no matter how small is significant. We thank everyone in advance for their generosity and their heartfelt contributions in creating a vision of a better world through the arts (Crucially, Shades of Truth Theatre operates under a 501c3 umbrella, and therefore contributions can be tax-deductible.)

Shades of Truth Theatre is deeply committed to educational and transformative theater. Founder and visionary Michael Anthony Green and his staff of actors and volunteers have embarked on nothing short of building a beloved community as outlined by the late, great, enfabled, and prophetic Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (whose long, overarching, loving and enveloping shadow we live in and celebrate). Shades of Truth Theatre is a multicultural, multiracial undertaking. Shades of Truth Theatre welcomes you as a friend in making our vision and our theater yet another contribution in the creation of a desperately hoped-for beloved community/world.

 

Upcoming Events

Trubone Trilogy of Truth


Trubone Trilogy of Truth

by Shades of Truth Theatre / Voza Rivers New Heritage Theatre Group with Harlem Advocates for Seniors

Saturday, November 9, 2019

6:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST

Location:
Williams Institutional CME Church
2239 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd
New York City, NY 10030

TRUBONE

In a world that has never truly atoned for the sins of slavery, enters TRUBONE, a man of an indeterminate age…a gifted storyteller, profound and irreverent, he tells it like it is because it was what it was!He takes you on a journey from the slave ship to the auction block, from the sun-drenched cotton fields of the Deep South to the bloody battlefields of the Civil War and World War I.

Are these the rantings of a delusional old man? Or the inspired recollections of a man preserved by time to rewrite history without pause or apology!

 

 

 

An Almon Project Event
In association with
Fountain of Life Ministries & Global Theater & Arts
Presents

Mothers of the Movement Front


Africa Is Calling

A Benefit Gospel Concert
In aid of Vacational Training for you men & women of Liberia, West Africa

A Celebration of the Arts
Poetry, Praise Dance, Songs...

Saturday, August 3, 2019
6:00 pm

Harriet Tubman Learning Center
250 West 127th Street, Harlem, NY 10027

TICKETS
$25.00 Now
$30.00 At the Door

For more information call:
908-821-6504

 

 

 

A Trip to The National Black Theater Festival
Winston-Salem, NC

A Trip to The National Black Theater FestivalNational Black Theater Festival


July 31st - August 4th, 2019

The National Black Theatre Festival is one of the Largest Festivals in the USA
with over 60 thousand Guests Attending

Entire Trip is only $800

Departing from the State Office Building on 125th Street and 7th Avenue at 2 AM Wednesday July 31st.

Must Book Promptly to Guarantee Accommodation

Global Theater and Arts for Trip Package,
Call Jay
Phone: 646-944-3412 or 917-330-0132
Travel Agent: JL Moses Since 1990

 

 

 

SHADES OF TRUTH THEATRE & VOZA RIVERS / NEW HERITAGE THEATRE GROUP
with Harlem Advocates for Seniors
in association with
JOSEPH P KENNEDY CENTER & CATHOLIC CHARITIES
presents

Mothers of the Movement Front Mothers of the Movement Back

Mothers of the Movement
A Celebration in Word, Song and Scenes

One by one they reveal their pain, their resolve and the unspoken affinity they have for each other.

Written & Directed by Michael Green


SATURDAY, JULY 20, 2019
7:00 pm

SUNDAY, JULY 21, 2019
4:00 pm

 

Joseph P. Kennedy Center
34 West 134th Street.
New York City, NY 10037

 

TICKETS
General Admission - $25.00
Seniors, Students & Groups of 10 or more - $20.00
Groups of 25 or More - $15.00

 

INFO & BOOKING:
Michael Green 646 488 9576
Chiquita 914 297 8286
JB Morgan 917 320 0132

 

 

 

SHADES OF TRUTH THEATRE & VOZA RIVERS / NEW HERITAGE THEATRE GROUP
presents

Mothers of the Movement

Mothers of the Movement
Tribute in Word & Song


SUNDAY, MAY 25, 2019

4:00 pm

Williams Institutional CME
2239 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.
New York City, NY 10027

 

INFO & BOOKING:
Michael Green 646 488 9576
Chiquita 914 297 8286
JB Morgan 917 320 0132

 

 

 

Harlem International Film Festival 2019

Harlem International Film Festival 2019

 

Celebrating the art of cinema in the home of the Harlem Renaissance, The Harlem International Film Festival (Hi) inspires and entertains by honoring dynamic films by anyone about anything under the sun.

MAY 16-19, 2019

 

Harlem International Film Festival 2019 Sponsors

Global Theater and Film Audiences were Sponsors of this year's event.


 

 

 

THEATRE ROW
A Program of Building for the Arts NY, Inc.
presents

Miracle In Rwanda

Miracle In Rwanda:
United Nations 25th Anniversary Commemoration Show

A play crafted by Leslie Lewis and co-creator Edward Vilga, with an uplifting message of forgiveness and compassion, MIRACLE IN RWANDA is based on the life of New York Times Bestselling author of Left To Tell, Immaculee Ilibagiza. MIRACLE IN RWANDA chronicles the dramatic events of Immaculée Ilibagiza during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. The message is one of personal empowerment, of overcoming all obstacles through the power of faith, and ultimately finding peace of mind amidst unbelievable hardship. Often called “our generation’s Anne Frank”—yet one who thankfully survived—the true miracle of Immaculée’s story is her ability to forgive.


MONDAY, APRIL 29, 2019

6:00 pm

1 United Nations Plaza,
New York, NY 10017

 

 

 

 

SHADES OF TRUTH THEATRE & VOZA RIVERS / NEW HERITAGE THEATRE GROUP
WITH HARLEM ADVOCATES FOR SENIORS
presents

The Day Harlem Saved Dr. King Front

MLK: Up Close & Personal

From His Childhood to the March on Washington

A One Man Show featuring MICHAEL GREEN as MLK

This is an engaging exegesis of the life Martin Luther King Jr, from his boyhood years to coming of age as the son and grandson of Baptist ministers. After graduating college with honors at the age of nineteen, Martin meets and marries the love of his life Coretta Scott. He then embarks on a journey that will transform his life as well as history when he is tasked with leading the Montgomery bus boycott. Relive his most shining moment at “The March on Washington” King was not just a man with a dream he was a man with a vision and a plan.


FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2019

6:00 pm

RAYMOUR & FLANIGAN FURNITURE
100 W 125th Street.
New York City, NY 10027

near Malcolm X Blvd.

 

FREE ADMISSION

RSVP at : www.eventbrite.com

 

INFO & BOOKING:
Michael Green 646 488 9576
Chiquita 914 297 8286
JB Morgan 917 320 0132

 

 

 

SHADES OF TRUTH THEATRE & VOZA RIVERS / NEW HERITAGE THEATRE GROUP & HARLEM ADVOCATES FOR SENIORS
In Association with When Harlem Saved a King & Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Center & Catholic Charities
presents

The Day Harlem Saved Dr. King Front The Day Harlem Saved Dr. King Back

The Day Harlem Saved Dr. King

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
Emotionally Engaging Edutainment for the Entire Family

Written & Directed By Michael Green

Executive Producer Voza Rivers

Some recall the exact moment they heard that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 2018. But did you know that Dr. King was stabbed in the chest at a book signing on 125th street in 1958? He was rushed to Harlem Hospital where a dedicated team of Doctors saved his life.


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2019

3:00 pm

Kennedy Center
34 West 134th Street.
New York City, NY 10037

 

TICKETS
General Admission - $25.00
Seniors and Students - $18.50
Groups of 10 or More - $15.00

 

Tickets online: www.eventbrite.com

INFO & BOOKING:
Michael Green 646 488 9576
Chiquita 914 297 8286
JB Morgan 917 320 0132

 

 

 

SHADES OF TRUTH THEATRE & VOZA RIVERS / NEW HERITAGE THEATRE GROUP
In Association with Harlem Advocates for Seniors
presents

ML: THE KING YEARS 7-34 Front ML: THE KING YEARS 7-34 Back

ML: THE KING YEARS 7-34

Featuring Michael Green as Martin Luther King, Jr.

This is an engaging exegesis of the life Martin Luther King Jr, from his boyhood years to coming of age as the son and grandson of Baptist ministers. After graduating college with honors at the age of nineteen, Martin meets and marries the love of his life Coretta Scott. He then embarks on a journey that will transform his life as well as history when he is tasked with leading the Montgomery bus boycott. Relive his most shining moment at “The March on Washington” King was not just a man with a dream he was a man with a vision and a plan.

 

Friday, February 1 , 2019
6:00 PM

 

1199 SEIU
310 West 43rd Street
New York City, NY 10027

TICKETS
$15.00

Tickets online: www.eventbrite.com

 

Michael Green 646 488 9576
Chiquita 914 297 8286
JB Morgan 917 320 0132
shadesoftruththeatre@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

SHADES OF TRUTH THEATRE & VOZA RIVERS / NEW HERITAGE THEATRE GROUP
In Association with Harlem Advocates for Seniors and Williams Institutional CME
presents

The Day Harlem Saved Dr. King Front The Day Harlem Saved Dr. King Back

The Day Harlem Saved Dr. King

An Amazing Theatrical Re-Enactment
Emotionally Engaging Edutainment for the Entire Family

Written & Directed By Michael Green

Produced by Michael Green & J.B. Morgan

Some recall the exact moment they heard that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 2018. But did you know that Dr. King was stabbed in the chest at a book signing on 125th street in 1958? He was rushed to Harlem Hospital where a dedicated team of Doctors saved his life.

OPENING NIGHT SHOW AND RECEPTION
TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2019

7:30 pm

Williams Institutional CME Church
2239 Adam C Powell Blvd. between 131st - 132nd St.
New York City, NY 10027

TICKETS
$35.00

 

ADDITIONAL SHOWTIMES:
Friday, January 18, 2019
Saturday, January 19, 2019
Sunday, January 20, 2019

Monday, January 21, 2019

7:30 pm

Williams Institutional CME Church
2239 Adam C Powell Blvd. between 131st - 132nd St.
New York City, NY 10027

TICKETS
General Admission - $25.00
Seniors and Students - $18.50

 

Tickets online: www.eventbrite.com

Michael Green 646 488 9576/Chiquita 914 297 8286

JB Morgan 917 320 0132

 

 

 

 

Join Us for a Fundraising Event and Film Screening of Roy Anderson's

Queen Nanny

Queen Nanny
Legendary Maroon Chieftainess

Fundraiser for the completion of Roy Anderson's
Marcus Garvey: The Untold Story

December 16, 2018

Program Starts at 2:30 pm

Special Musical Performance by Khalilah Rose

Food & Beverages Included

 

Harlem Kennedy Center
34 West 134th Street
New York City, NY

Suggested Donation:
$40.00

 

Rosemarie 718 613 9116

JB Morgan 917 320 0132

 

 

 

 

Kwanzaa Film Festival December 2018

 

 

SHADES OF TRUTH THEATRE & VOZA RIVERS / NEW HERITAGE THEATRE GROUP READING SERIES
presents

When Gold Turns Black Front When Gold Turns Black Back

A Pre-Production Staged Reading of

When Gold Turns Black

By Ron Wilks with Lawrence Winslow

Produced by Michael Green & J.B. Morgan

1968. Tommie Smith and John Carlos, Both heralded world class sprinters bound for Olympic glory but are fed up with systemic racism and the mistreetment of black Athletes. The men make a solemn commitment to use the world's largest stage to make a profound statement, a powerful gesture that defined a movement and inspired generations. This is their story.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2018

7:30 pm

Williams Institutional CME Church
2239 Adam C Powell Blvd. between 131st - 132nd St.
New York City, NY 10027

Requested Minimum Contribution: $10.00

 

RSVP available online: www.eventbrite.com

Michael Green 646 488 9576/Chiquita 914 297 8286

JB Morgan 917 320 0132

 

 

 

 

Previous Productions

Barbara Jordan: I Dared to Be Me!

Barbara Jordan: I Dared to Be Me! Back

SHADES OF TRUTH THEATRE & VOZA RIVERS / NEW HERITAGE THEATRE GROUP
present

BARBARA JORDAN: I Dared To Be Me!

A Play Written by
Michael Green with Karen Brown

Directed by Michael Green 

BARBARA JORDAN DIDN’T BREAK THE RULES…
SHE CHANGED THEM!!!

SATURDAY JUNE 23, 2018

3:00 pm

HARLEM HOSPITAL CAVE AUDITORIUM
2nd Floor
(506 Malcolm X Blvd (Harlem)

 

TICKETS 

Early Bird - $15 (limited time)
Group of 10 or more $10
General Admission $20
VIP Reception $35


Our first annual Board of Directors' VIP reception
(Pre-Post?)

1:30pm or 4:30pm

Tickets online: www.eventbrite.com/BJordan

Michael Green 646 488 9576/Chiquita 914 297 8286

JB Morgan 917 320 0132

First Annual VIP Reception

 

 

Last Tango in Harlem
2018 - Short Film. J. Bailey Morgan, Producer/Actor

Last Tango in Harlem

Sweet Thang
2017 - Short Film. J. Bailey Morgan, Producer/Actor

Sweet Thang

ML: The King Years 4-34
Black History is American History. Presented by Shades of Truth Theatre & Voza Rivers/ New Heritage Theatre Group & Williams Institutional CME Church. Where: Williams Institutional CME, 2229 Adam Clayton Powell. When: Sunday, February 25, 2018 - 11:00 am.

ML: The King Years 4-34

 
Whistle in Mississippi: The Lynching of Emmett Till

Play Synopsis: In 1955, Emmett and his cousin, both from Chicago, went to visit family in Mississippi... according to several versions, Emmett whistled at a white woman and some say he grabbed her hand and asked her for a date; others say all he did was say 'bye, baby' as he left the store. Myths, lies and misinformation abound. Whistle in Mississippi...explores the impact of the brutal murder of Emmett Till and the powerful ripples of change that transformed our quest for the freedom into a struggle for humanity. The play also introduces a young boy whose vibrant personality and charismatic disposition always left a wrinkle in the forehead and a smile on your face.

The  "Whistle In Mississippi: The Lynching of Emmett Till" production will occur Sunday 15 October 2017 at 6:00pm in Co-op City and the Black Lady theater in Brooklyn. This play is one of many in the run up to Black Wall Street Theater and Music Festival commencing Memorial Day weekend 2018. We look forward to having a large turnout and we thank you in advance. It helps in efforts to build the Black Wall Street Museum Educational & Performance Center in New York City. The fundraiser tickets are only $100.00.

Here are scenes and photos, including a video clip (https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=I8GLa3XeZUE&authuser=0 from Whistle in Mississippi: The Lynching of Emmett Till) as well as our current and past productions over the decades:

Whistle in Mississippi The Lynching of Emmett Till

 

 

"The Friend & Films Fundraiser!” features a stellar line up of films written and directed by China L. Colston: award-nominated feature film “Dark Seed”, “Same Ole, Same Ole” (a comedy short), and a staged reading of the short film dramedy “Sweet Than.”

Friends & Films

“The Friend & Films Fundraiser!” was held at the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Community Center, which located at 34 West 134th St. in New York City, New York on Sunday, 11 June 2017. This event is one of many in the run up to Black Wall Street Theater and Music Festival commencing Memorial Day weekend 2018. We look forward to having a large turnout and we thank you in advance. It helps in efforts to build the Black Wall Street Museum Educational & Performance Center in New York City.

Through the use of narratives, spoken word & dramatic scenes of rage, resistance and revelry, "Tru Bone," along with an ensemble will help you experience the deep hurt, the spiritual joy and the ultimate resolve of resistance!…underscored by African drums and vocalists. This 90 minute tour de force is supported by a myriad mix of multimedia of both sight & sound.

The Funny Side of Freedom

 

The Meeting
In Association with Catholic Charities, Presented by Shades of Truth Theatre & Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group

Still Black/Still Strong The Meeting

 

The Meeting ...supposes a secret meeting between Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X ...an important and compelling play that offers viewers an opportunity to enjoy, study and reflect on the lives of two leaders who put the integrity and principle of freedom above the material riches that so many sell out for.  

Gates of Equality ML The King Years 5 to 35
Black Wall Street
Black Wall Street The Resurrection of Harriet Tubman
Camp Logan The Bloodless Jungle

 

(Noteworthy, we have included two addenda to this letter: one is a funding table for the Black Wall Street Museum and Performing Arts Center; the second is a list of events where we participated in a performance and/or as a co-producer.)

The contributions matter a great deal, as our organization strives to provide quality events and workshops for the community and for the youth of our community as well. Please contact us concerning all levels of sponsorships, contributions, and in-kind donations. Shades of Truth Theatre wishes to thank all of you in advance for your gracious and vital support.



Deferentially,

 

J. Bailey Morgan
Producer, Director of Global Marketing & Theater Development
Shades of Truth Theatre
Email: staff@globaltheateraudiences.org
jb_morgan@att.net
Phone 917-330-0132
917-330-3712
212-613-3242

 

Addendum I

Herewith, Shades of Truth Theatre’s level of sponsorships (private, institutional, and corporate) for the erection of the Black Wall Street Museum Educational and Performance Arts Center in Autumn 2022:

Founding Sponsor $25,000,000.00
Presenting Sponsor $22,500,000.00
Capstone Sponsor $20,000,000.00
Cornerstone Sponsor $17,500,000.00
Keystone Sponsor Level $15,000,000.00
Anchor Sponsor Level $12,500,000.00
Platinum Sponsor Level $10,000,000.00
Diamond Sponsor Level $7,500,000.00
Gold Sponsor Level $5,000,000.00
Silver Sponsor Level $2,500,000.00
Bronze Sponsor Level $1,000,000.00
Emerald Sponsor Level $900,000.00
Sapphire Sponsor Level $800,000.00
Ruby Sponsor Level $700,000.00
Benefactor Sponsor Level $600,000.00
Archangel Sponsor Level $500,000.00
Angel Sponsor Level $400,000.00
Supporter Sponsor Level $200,000.00
Donor Sponsor Level $100,000.00
Contributor Sponsor Level $50,000.00
Builder Sponsor Level $25,000.00
Friend Sponsor Level $10,000.00 and below

 

Addendum II

Jesus, Myth or Master?

Jesus, Myth or Master?
Where:  Mist Harlem
46 W. 116th Street, Harlem, New York
When:  Sunday, December 20, 2015
Show times:  10am

Bridges: Episode 2 All Roads lead to OZ

Bridges: Episode 2 All Roads lead to OZ
Where:  National Black Theater 
2031 5th Ave, Harlem, New York
When:  Sunday, November 29, 2015
Show times:  4:30pm to 6:30pm 

The Fall of the Kings

The Fall of the Kings
Where:  Andrew Freedman Home 
1125 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY
When:  September 5 – November 1, 2015
Show times:  Friday, Saturday & Sunday 8:00pm to 10:00pm

The Journey: A Story of the Israelites

The Journey: A Story of the Israelites
Where:  Mist Harlem
46 W. 116th Street, Harlem, New York
When:  Saturday, September 12, 2015
Show times:  4:00pm and 9:30pm

The First Lady

The First Lady
a Gospel production with Obsidian Media Group
Where:  True Worship Church
872 Crescent St, Brooklyn, NY 11208
Show times:
Friday, September 11, 2015 - 7:30pm
Saturday, September 12, 2015 - 2pm and 7:30pm

Flambeaux

Flambeaux

Bridges III

Bridges III

Bridges II

Bridges II

Bridges I

Bridges I