WACO, TX — For the July 24 edition of Central Texas Living Ann Harder spoke with Toni Ringgold and Kerry Ann Frazier of KZFrazier Drama.
The stage play "Four Women," is a dramatic piece filled with life and laughter. The original song “Four Women” by Nina Simone takes four stereotypes of black women and sings about them as if they are real people. This is the inspiration for the play. The play works to bring the real struggles, vulnerability, and triumphs of four women to life on stage.
KZFrazier Drama, LLC, is a veteran and family-owned theater company based in Central Texas. The owners: social worker, playwright and director, Kerry-Ann Frazier and former Army Captain, producer and operational manager Daryl Frazier’s vision for the company is to Impact, Influence, Inspire, Educate and Empower using creative arts.
The company plans to bring the play to Waco on Saturday, July 27 at 6:30 p.m. Actors and actresses will take the stage at the Lee Lockwood Museum located at 2801 West Waco Drive. Tickets are $30 each or $25 with a military.
For more information, visit www.kzfrazierdrama.com.