Dinner with Booker T.

Drawn from Water

Frat House

Experience "DINNER WITH BOOKER T."! On ​October 16, 1901, Booker T. Washington made ​history as the first Negro to dine at the White House. ​Through song and dance, witness Mr. Washington's ​reflections on the racial tensions surrounding this ​event. Originally staged as "THE DINNER" at the ​Midtown International Theatre Festival 2015, the ​solo show sheds light on America's past struggles ​with racial equality. Critics hailed it as a "fiercely ​accurate drama." In today's era of Black Lives ​Matter, it serves as a poignant reminder to learn ​from history and strive for a better future.

DRAWN FROM THE WATER, a vibrant and eclectic ​Gospel musical based on the story of

Moses as told in the Book of Exodus. It challenges ​us as a people to explore our differences in culture, ​social class, slavery in today’s workforce, and to ​better understand God’s love for ALL in the midst of ​turmoil and faith. There’s nothing new under the sun. ​Its story is old but as potent in meaning for today’s ​world.

FRAT HOUSE, a modern-day ‘Prodigal Son’ ​comedic musical, follows Thomas, a Pastor's son ​who defies his father's wishes by joining a fraternity ​in college. This award-winning production blends ​Gospel music, Dance, Rap, and humor with a ​powerful message! Recipient of 2 Festival Favorite ​Awards at the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival, ​including Festival Favorite Playwright, FRAT HOUSE ​is a lively mix of high-energy music, dancing, and a ​nostalgic 70’s fraternity house party. Prepare to ​laugh, cry, and groove along to the soulful beats of ​FRAT HOUSE!

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Original Works History


Queens Harlem Renaissance- Darryl Reuben Hall

  • A Mothers Day Production


A Virtuous Woman

Dinner with Booker T. by Darryl Reuben Hall

  • Presented at Mad Cow Theatre in Orlando, FL​


A Merry Motown Christmas - Amelia Musical Playhouse

Harlem of the South by Darryl Reuben Hall

Drawn from the Water by Darryl Reuben Hall


A Merry Motown Christmas - Amelia Musical Playhouse

  • Presented at Amelia Musical Playhouse in Fernandina Beach, FL.


The Dinner by Darryl Reuben Hall

  • AEA agreement. Presented in the Midtown International Theatre Festival in Manhattan.

Dee Quaranta's Shouts of Triumph: A Freedom Song

  • An evening of narratives and African-American hymns and dance. Featured in the Aurora Jacksonville Black Arts Festival.


Darryl Reuben Hall’s Frat House

  • Winner of (2) Festival Favorite Awards including ‘Best Playwright’ at the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival.

Great Men of Gospel by Elizabeth Van Dyke

  • Society of Directors and Choreographers contract.

Reflections on Memories Lost

  • In partnership with the Mayo Clinic, based on Alzheimer’s disease.

Roumel Reaux’s Sinner Man

  • One-Act play inspired by Benny Andrews’ painting entitled "Sinner Man" presented in partnership with MOCA Jacksonville

Apostasy: 360 Degrees by Noble Lee Lester

  • Based on the denials of a young male

Reality Check

  • With a cast of Special Need actors; In a world of reality television, what’s real and what’s more important?!
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