March 20, 2014 New Orleans, La. How does a man recover from a monumental, life changing error born of human frailty and hubris; a mans excessive pride and ambition ultimately leading to his downfall? Can he? Does he? The Anthony Bean Community Theater explores these questions in Reflections 2, the sequel to its phenomenally successful story of the fall of Oliver Thomas. Written by Anthony Bean and Oliver Thomas, Reflections 2, asks how hidden flaws can overwhelm an apparently honorable man, and asks if personal tragedy can correct the flaws. No easy answers, but a powerful look into the soul of a person who was once a New Orleans icon. What will you think? Theres only one way to know. Come to ABCT for Reflections 2.
Reflections 2 Oliver Thomas Off Probation; Ready to Talk
Directed by Anthony Bean. Set Designed by Dane Rhodes. Lighting designed by Vic Woodward and Costumes by Wanda (Ms. B) Bryant.
Playing themselves will be former city councilman Oliver Thomas, Former New Orleans School Board President Gail Glapion and former city councilperson Cynthia Willard Lewis. Also in the cast will be Charles Bosworth (Narrator, John Barren), Gwendolyne Foxworth (Angelle), Alfred Aubry (Bishop Stevens), James Brown (Jim Singleton), Harold X. Evans (Pastor John Seamore), Roscoe Reddix (Pastor C. R. Davis), Sean Jones (Dr. Rev. Jones), Will Williams (Dr. Rev. Leroy Allsworth), Bobby Johnson (Bishop Elroy Thomas), Alvin Green (Donte), Rashif Holmes (Babyface), Vinicia Smothers (Karen Porter, reporter), Dominique Randolph (Christina Bellows, reporter), Carol Stewart (Lady 1), Nia Woods (lady 2)
April 11-13, 18-19, & 25-27
Friday-Saturday at 8:00 Sunday Matine at 3:00
Tickets - $20.00 Adults Student/Seniors - $18.00