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The Gospel at Colonus. Back by popular demand. Tickets on sale now. Ovation Recommended! Friday and Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 3pm. Review: CRITICS’ CHOICE. A MAGNIFICENT Ebony Repertory Theatre revival...and A MARVELOUS cast, whose SPECTACULAR vocals and refined histrionics approach the DIVINE. Theater at its most HEALING, ELECTRIFYING AND TRANSCENDENT, Colonus DEMANDS ATTENDANCE! End of review. Review provided by David C. Nichols of the LOS ANGELES TIMES. Early Bird Special $25 to $35, July 30 through August 20 only. Preview Thursday, September 17 at 8pm. New Dates: September 18 through October 4, 2015.CAST: ROGER ROBINSON, Preacher Oedipus, Tony Award Winner (Joe Turner’s Come and Gone), KIM STAUNTON, Evangelist Antigone, Changing Lanes, Heat, ELLIS HALL (The Ambassador of Soul), Singer Oedipus, Tower of Power (lead singer), The California Raisins, WILLIAM ALLEN YOUNG, Pastor Theseus, Moesha, A Soldier’s Story, SAMUEL BUTLER, Original Company Member (Gospel at Colonus), JACKIE GOUCHE, Worship Leader at Bam Crawford Ministries, LAVAN DAVIS, House of Payne, GILBERT GLENN BROWN, Polymeices, Drumline, DORIAN HOLLEY, Michael Jackson’s This is It, American Idol, NIKKI POTTS, West Angeles COGIC, Kurt Carr Singers, J.A. PRESTON, Deacon Creon, A Few Good Men, Body Heat, Hill Street Blues

LOS ANGELES, YOUNG ADULTS OF GOSPEL MUSIC WORKSHOP OF AMERICAN led by Tony Jones, Minister of Music at Hope of Glory Christian Center, Pastor Calvin Rhone

LA Talk Radio: The Motherlove Show with Wren T. Brown

The cast of "The Gospel at Colonus." (Craig Schwartz)

the Frame Interview on NPR — July 10, 2015

Listen to the radio interview "'The Gospel at Colonus' where Greek tragedy and gospel music meet in harmony."

The cast of "The Gospel at Colonus." (Craig Schwartz)

"The Gospel at Colonus proves timely, timeless"

— David C. Nichols, Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times Review

It’s fairly unusual for a 30-plus-year-old experimental theater piece to remain trenchant, affecting and exhilarating at the same time, but that’s the incisive case with “The Gospel at Colonus” at the Nate Holden Performing Arts Center. Read more.

Wren T. Brown discusses the new production of "The Gospel at Colonus"

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