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The Drama Club at LSU Shreveport in partnership with Mahogany Ensemble Theatre Serves up American Menu

American Menu by Don Wilson Glenn; Directed by Robert Alford and Angelique Feaster EvansIn celebration of Black History Month, The Drama Club at LSU Shreveport in partnership with Mahogany Ensemble Theatre presents American Menu by Don Wilson Glenn. The production will run February 20, 21 & 22, 2020, at the LSU Shreveport University Theatre, 1 University Place, Shreveport LA.

American Menu concerns five black restaurant workers in the kitchen of a “whites only” Texas diner. It's May 1968, between the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy, the air is fraught with momentous events--national, local and personal. The play reminds us that just like soul food African Americans are part of the American menu, too.

Directors Robert Alford & Angelique Feaster Evans, have assembled an award-winning ensemble cast featuring Lorie Pennywell, Tunya Williams, Dena Moses, Therah Newman and Angelique Feaster Evans.

Showtimes are Thursday, February 20 at 8 p.m. Friday, February 21 at 8 p.m. and Saturday, February 22 at 8 p.m. General Admission: $15, Students, Seniors & Military: $10, group rates are available. For tickets, call: 318-797-5283 or email

Don Wilson Glenn received his BA from the University of Houston at Clear Lake. After moving to New York City, Mr. Glenn became an active member on the theatre scene as director, actor, producer, and playwright. Mr. Glenn won the 2002 AUDELCO Award for his the H.A.D.L.E.Y Players production of his play American Menu in New York City. Mr. Glenn returned to Texas in 2004, and continues to work in the theatre: teaching, directing and writing. He currently serves on the board of Angelina Community Theatre, Rooted Arts in Houston, is a Guest Artist at Classic Stage Company in California, and serves as Co-Executive Producer in the theatre category for the Vanport Mosaic Festival in Portland. In addition to American Menu, his plays include American Summer Squash, American King Umps, American Rubble, The Collard Green Story, Sisters, William Shakespeare's The Tempest: A Tropical Romance and Revival.

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