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Dedicated to bringing you entertainment that speaks to your mind, body, and spirit, All in Black and White Productions is a launching pad for up-and-coming playwrights, poets, and performing artists, all of whom “have something to say…”   Whether it’s tackling the tough issues of the LGBT community, examining the complexities of gender dynamics, or making social commentary, we are a forum for the voice of art and artists seeking to challenge mainstream conventional thinking; to add dimension to the social norms of the communities in which we live, work, play; and, to uplift the divine spirit that connects each of us. All in Black and White Productions is an environment for those who can read between the lines and need to talk about it…

We do not go (to the theater) like our ancestors, to escape from the pressure of reality, so much as to confirm our experience of it. ~ Charles Lamb

CO- FOUNDER
D.E. Womack founded the company All in Black and White Productions in 2006 with the mission of creating non-conventional artistic works.  She is a native of Paterson, NJ and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Rutgers University. D.E. has spent the bulk of her career working in the financial sector of corporate America. As a fine artist she has developed art pieces for private patrons. Her first work as a scribe was a collection of love poems. She also has served as a freelancer for magazines and newspapers.  She co-wrote the plays, “Accessories” (debuted at 1993-94 Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center’s staged reading series in association with the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture) and “The Engagement” (premiered at the Studio Theatre in New York in 2006 prior to its six-week run in 2007 at NYC’s  Wings Theater).  “The Engagement” marked her directorial debut.  D.E.’s latest dramatic plays are “Your Ugly, Ugly Ways” and the collaborative theatrical work, “Flowers.” Her piece, “Good News,” was showcased in the Zero to Sixty in One Page Play Festival sponsored by Where Eagles Dare Theatre.

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