Crowns
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There is a hat for every occasion, from flirting to churchgoing to funerals to baptisms. The tradition of hats is traced back to African rituals and slavery to the New Testament and current fashion. When Grandma Shaw introduces young Yolanda to her circle of “Hat Queens,” Yolanda learns that she’s not as alone in the world as she had once felt. This Gospel musical is a show that will stir your soul and inspire you to connect to your roots. Featuring the songs you love: Ain’t That Good News, Marching to Zion, Just a Closer Walk with Thee, and Wade in the Water. Directed by Donna Bradby (The Wiz).

Who will love it? You, your mother-in-law and everyone you know. This show is a Gospel-filled great time for anyone with “Hattitude.” PG13

TICKETS: $17-$32
Discounts & Group Sales Available
For Group Sales of 10 or more Contact: 910.323.4234, ext. 229

 

SPECIAL EVENTS
BEHIND THE CURTAIN: FREE SNEAK PEEK
TUES, MAY 8, 5:30 PM
Gain special access to the cast & creative team!

PREVIEW NIGHTS
THURS, MAY 17 & FRI, MAY 18
Be the first to see the show and save with $17 tickets.

OPENING NIGHT CELEBRATION
SAT,MAY 19, 7:30 PM
Join us for opening night and stay after and celebrate with the cast and creative team.

CROWNS TEA & CHAT WITH MILLINER BARBARA WOOD
SUN, APRIL 20, 5:00 PM
*RSVP to CFRT Box Office at 910.323.4233 or janisl@cfrt.org

Barbara Wood of Hats By Barbara Wood from Sanford, North Carolina has been designing, manufacturing and selling women’s hats for over 40 years. Attend this catered event, view Ms. Woods’ hats and participate in a hands-on demonstration focused on the pillbox hat. Sponsored by: Fayetteville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority

*free event with limited seating available

 

 

 

Cassandra Williams Mother Shaw
Ariel Blake Yolanda
Sha'Air Hawkins Wanda
Janeta Jackson Jeanette
Walter Johnson Man
Chasity McIntosh Velma
La' Tonya Wiley Mabel

‘Crowns’ caps theater’s season – The Fayetteville Observer, May 22, 2018

‘Crowns’ wraps up CFRT season with ‘hatitude’ – Up and Coming Weekly, May 16, 2018

Golden-globe winning actress, playwright to speak at theatre – The Fayetteville Observer, May 14, 2018