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Christopher Marshall is a Classical Acting Technique and Stella Adler Method Actor who has played over 75 roles in film, television, and on stage. He was once a company member of the Carey Dinner Theater and Hattiloo Theater, and an Artistic Associate at The Seeing Place Theater. He played Peace in Thoughts of a Colored Man directed by Taye Diggs, and worked as a reporter interviewing Bill Duke in an episode of Law & Order. Christopher graduated with an MA in Acting from the University of Memphis. As a student of Stella Adler Studios, Christopher has studied under Phylicia Rashad, Michelle Shay, Stephen McKinley Henderson, and Ruben Santiago-Hudson in the Black Arts Immersion Program.  He is currently studying Classical language with authentic intentions as well as European dialects and accents from renowned teacher Sybil Lines from London.

Christopher is also a national award winning playwright and director, and has directed nearly 30 plays for various theaters. His play Voodoo and the Priestess won the 2012 National Association for Dramatic and Speech Arts playwright competition, as well as the S. Randolph Edmonds Award for Best Director. In 2018, his play Turnabout won the sex-themed festival hosted by The Player's Theatre; the same year, his play Lacrimosa was in the top 30 (of 850+ submissions) in the Samuel French OOB Festival.

The Passage: Stories form The Maafa

On August 20, 1619, the first enslaved Africans arrived at the British colony in Jamestown Virginia. Four hundred years later in the year 2019, "The Passage: Stories from the Maafa" will arrive at the National Black Theatre in Harlem.

Come join us in honoring all enslaved Africans who were stolen from their homes and scattered throughout the "New World." Come hear their stories of strength, courage, determination and of their sacrifices that made it possible for us to be here today.

Come be a part of the “ultimate love story.” Come experience "The Passage: Stories from the Maafa.” It's a journey like no other.

The Passage: Stories from the Maafa
National Black Theatre
April 19, 20, 26, 27
May 3, 4
7:00 p.m.

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