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All The Parts I Ever Wanted to Sing But Couldn’t When I ‘Wuz’ Black
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Suggested $20 ($15 for EAG Members)

Located in Manhattan
Episcopal Actors Guild
1 East 29th St., New York, NY 10016
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(New York, NY) Helena-Joyce Wright (Zora Is My Name!, Amen Corner, Jerry’s Girls, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill) introduces us to E’lan Baxter–Broadway Diva EXTRA ORDINAIRE in this witty, satirical, one-woman show. Wright is at her best as she shares bits of her life as a “liberated white woman” and star of the Broadway stage. “Helena-Joyce Wright is one of those performers who is revered by her peers yet sorely lacking in the name recognition she rightfully deserves…. Ms. Wright’s long-awaited, very tongue-in-cheek, one-woman opus is one part Ntozake Shange at her most dramatic, one part Elaine Stritch at her most liberated, and never anything less than the most singularly-unique package she could possibly offer.” – Andrew Martin, The Martin Report

Tickets available for purchase online at or at the door (cash, check, credit card). Reservations are highly recommended. Box office/house will open at approximately 6:40pm. Seating is general admission. A wine and cheese reception will follow the show.

All proceeds go towards the charitable programs of EAG.
The Episcopal Actors’ Guild (est. 1923) is a charitable organization dedicated to helping performers “of all faiths, and none” who are experiencing financial crisis. Throughout the year, EAG also hosts events and fundraisers including concerts, variety shows, play readings, and professional workshops. EAG is located at 1 E. 29th St. NY, NY.

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