In Flo Roach’s BLACK SOAP II, the drama continues. Join the cast for part 2 of the original black soap opera written and produced by award-winning Memphisactress Florence Roach -- September 28th and 29th at Buckman Performing and FineArtsCenter at St. Mary’s Episcopal School.
BLACK SOAP II will be on stage for two evening shows and a Sunday matinee. Tickets are $20 each and are available online at blacksoap.eventbrite.com or visit FloRoach.com for more details.
If you attended the sold-out performances of the original, you don’t want to miss this sequel starring original cast members Wanda Shaw, Ben Greene, Carolyn Kent, Maya Robinson, Patrice Campbell, Cynthia Farmer, Derwin Martin, and Kenneth Farmer.
That’s FLO ROACH’S BLACK SOAP II…. Saturday, September 28, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, September 29 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. at The Buckman, 60 Perkins Extended at Walnut Grove.
Flo Roach, Ettaro Theater Company
President and founder of Ettaro Theater Company and Ettaro Fine Arts Foundation, Florence Roach is a producer, director, writer, comedienne, and actress who is well-known for the many hats that she wears as a key part of the MBCC UMOJA production. She opened the company in 2007 and finally wrote and produced her one-woman show, CALLING ALL MEN, in 2011. Followed by her highly successful hit -- BLACK SOAP, BLACK SOAP II and BLACK SOAP III in 2013. A new season and new storyline began in May 2014 with BLACK SOAP IV.
Flo Roach's film credits include Steven Spielberg’s award-winning movie, THE HELP, as well as BLACK SNAKE MOAN, RISE UP, CHAPTERS, 100 LIVES, and SEPARATED BY MURDER. In 2012, she served as producer for Dwayne Hunt’s play, GOSPEL ACCORDING TO SOUL. She won the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority's Shining Star Award in January 2013.