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Michael Allyn, a Denver native, has relocated to New York City to continue practicing the craft hands on. He is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado’s Theater program, and upon settling in New York he has been able to continue training under Wynn Handman.

Past professional credits include productions of Proof,Sister Act, and A Raisin in the Sunall performed at the Little Theater of the Rockies. While in school he was an active member of UNCO’s sketch comedy group “Hello My Name Is….” He was also fortunate enough to participate in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival two years in a row as the main stage devised piece. Special thanks to his family for always aiding and supporting his drive to act.

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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