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Fremont Ave.

by Reggie D. White
directed by Taylor Reynolds
dramaturg: Lindsay A. Jenkins

Saturday, May 4, 2024 at 10:30 a.m.
Segerstrom Stage

$20

HONORARY PRODUCERS
Sandy Segerstrom Daniels
Richard & Lisa de Lorimier
Kristen & Adrian Griggs
Talya Nevo-Hacohen & Bill Schenker
Peter & Joy Sloan

In the 1960s, George buys a house in Southern California. Years later, Robert is still living there but itching to start his own life. Today, Joseph is back in the home he thought he left for good. A vibrant story about three generations of men—and the rock that holds them all together.  

Recommendation: Ages 16+

Discounted packages to see all five readings for $85 are available online or by calling the Box Office at (714) 708-5555. The same packages are available to SCR Whole Season Subscribers for $75—by phone only.

Theatre professionals: please purchase your full package here or contact the Box Office at (714) 708-5555.

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About the Playwright

Reggie White Reggie D. White (Playwright) is an award-winning multi-hyphenate artist, educator and arts advocate whose international career spans almost two decades. As an actor, he made his Broadway debut in Matthew López’s Tony Award-winning epic The Inheritance and most recently starred as Bayard Rustin in Bayard Rustin: Inside Ashland at People’s Light (written and directed by Steve H. Broadnax III). Other regional and off-Broadway credits include I and You (59E59), Hundred Days (New York Theatre Workshop), The Luckiest (La Jolla Playhouse), Macbeth in Stride (American Repertory Theatre at Harvard University) and the world premiere of Flood in the Valley, a bilingual musical that toured China. His directing credits include Atlantic Theater Company, The Public Theater, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Bay Street Theater, The Williams Project and PlayGround-SF. Reggie co-conceived Lessons in Survival: 1971, based on the iconic conversation between Nikki Giovanni and James Baldwin, at Vineyard Theatre (NYT Critic’s Pick). He also co-conceived and appeared in the digital anthology series of the same title (NYT Best Theatre of 2020). His play In Case You Haven’t Heard premiered at Bay Street Theatre, and his play Fremont Ave. was developed during Berkeley Rep’s Ground Floor Summer Residency. Reggie is a resident artist at Vineyard Theatre; a founding member of the multi-generational theatre collective, The Commissary; and a founding company member with The Feast, a living-wage theatre company based in Seattle. As an educator, he has taught, delivered and developed arts curricula across the country for artists of all ages. Since 2015, he has been a member of the faculty at Atlantic Acting School (an NYU Partner Studio), where he served as its Artistic Director from 2018-2022. Reggie is a recipient of the Colman Domingo Award, The TCG Fox Fellowship, the TBA Titan Award, the RHE Artistic Fellowship, and an NCAAP Theatre Award nominee. Visit: reggiedwhite.com.

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Meet PPF playwright Reggie D. White

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