BLACK LIVES MATTER
“The legal system can force open doors and sometimes even knock down walls,
but it cannot build bridges. That job belongs to you and me.” *
~ Thurgood Marshall, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court
*1992 Liberty Medal Acceptance Remarks. For the remarks in their entirety, visit: The National Constitution Center
Justice and Mrs. Marshall were early residents of Morningside Gardens.
Theater plays a vital role in society, it affirms universal truths, it provides a mirror to see the truth about ourselves, and it inspires us to do better.
Since its founding in 1974, The Morningside Players has been recognized for artistic excellence
and acknowledged for promoting community and engaging the richly diverse
Morningside Heights neighborhood.
Please consider donating to The Morningside Players.
Contributions of any amount, will go toward future productions, Zoom readings, and community outreach.
It is with great sadness
that we announce
the passing of our
We hope to have a
memorial on Zoom
or in person
as soon as we can.
Please note we have postponed our production of Miss Ellen Terry.
Do check in soon for an alternate date and stay healthy.
Miss Ellen Terry - A Very Private Talk
"A great and scandalous English actress tells all."
Adapted from the writing of Terry, G.B. Shaw,
C. Dickens, Carroll, and O. Wilde.
Susanna Frazer*, Mark Hofmaier*, Tom Miller*
*Member of Actors' Equity Association
Directed by Bridget Leicester
Performance Dates TBA
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