NuAFrikan Theatre NuWorks supports the development and production of works by emerging playwrights through playwriting mentorships, staged readings, administrative, marketing, and financial support for the production of new plays. Artistic Director Marcus Dargan stated, “As a company of artists, we are driven by our desire to see theatre in our communities that is relevant, innovative, refreshing, insightful, electrifying, inspirational, and of great artistry. NuWorks was developed in order to promote the artistic visions of talented artists and provide a foundation for them to hone and present their craft in a professional and nurturing environment.”



NuClassics revives classic African-American plays and musicals for contemporary audiences. Past seasons have revived plays form the Black Arts Movement of the 1960’s and 1970’s, including: Amiri Baraka’s Slave Ship, George C. Wolfe’s The Colored Museum, and Jean Genet’s The Blacks: A Clown Show.


NuFaces offers professional development through internships and workshops in all areas of production and performance, and supports emerging theatre artists through mentorship and access to professional resources in order to sustain a career in the arts.


NuCommunities presents performances for youth and young audiences at schools and community based organizations, introducing new audiences to theatre through discounted and free performances. NuCommunities also offers opportunities for youth and families to address fundamental challenges within their communities through workshops on conflict resolution, self empowerment, social responsibility, collaboration, and aesthetic education.

CLICK HERE to view our Black Lives Arts Movement #BLAM Workshops schedule.