Over the next few months our technicians will be upgrading our site from a “Premium” to a “Business” site which will allow for much more features as uploading pics to our Theatrical database as well as videos for lessons to our home site. Shedrick Enterprises. We will also have the capability to add your domain with shared hosting!
We are hoping that the second time around is a charm. Our experience has taught us that Theatre is a group effort and as such we look to the community to be that group. Here are some of our needs administratively to be the backbone for core board members:
Financial secretary – Theses duties require reports once a month and initial meeting with financial institution.
Marketing chief – as it sounds is in charge of making sure our marketing strategy with both corporate, small business and individual donors is adhere to in a professional manner,.
Social media admin makes use of social media and press to spread the word of our performances and mission.
Writer – handles writing and editing of material for public display
Our meetings will be held once a month contingent on availability. Thanks to the internet theses task can be performed remotely!
I came along at a time that this man was King of the Hill! The article makes a very good point as its the elite Black community (ie. Pastors, Politicians that does not support the Black Culture in our community….)
Theatre educates and teaches skills to our youth that will help them for a lifetime
We look to break that in ENC! PLEASE SUPPORT
It’s a shame someone has died so early in Life…RIP Mr. Damien Moye but the reality is so glaring or at least it should be to everyone as much as it is to me. I thank the family that they would included his work with New Voices/New Visions as a part of his program.
Damien was a friend and to many of us if you ever got to know him an leader of our community with his wonderfully charismatic sense of humor, which made him the easiest casting Git-Low. I’m not sure anyone else could have pulled off this role so believable.
Damien was part of 19 young student actors, started in a room in the local arts council and went on to Rochelle Middle School with the production of Purlie Victorious. In that same spirit we will be launching our next production in honor (with a special tribute) to him. Please join us and donate what you can to our next production as we try to raise $1000 to this project of New Voices/New Visions. We believe it is a worthy project that he would of love to assist. The $1000 is only a part of the $10,000 budget needed to launch the full production. See our investment guide here or contact us to learn more of how you can be a part of this special event.
The Kinston community was a special place to him as he visited yearly and was well aware of our plight in the community as highlighted in this video read by Charles Hannibal.
NEW VOICES/NEW VISIONS
Mission: to develop opportunities for community theatre that incorporates professional and semi-professional artist and individuals in the area of the arts and technology. To provide entertainment opportunities that enriches lives and brings about a better community. To promote the importance of computer technology awareness, training and accessibility to help bridge the digital divide within our community at large.
Acting is a process that begins before you take that first step on the stage To DO and comes in the order of reading learning lines and action before building a believable character along with a director you trust! Your Theatre life will evolve and grow with practice, even memorizing is a muscle you work
We believe in studying and working with the greats as a means of learning and growing