Eric Lockley is an artist and media maker invested in writing, producing, and acting in work that inspires communities of color to confidently move towards joy and unabashedly embrace possibility. He does this through comedy on stage and screen, as well as through his own projects. Current projects: Short film, The Jump, and his one man play, Asking For More.

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Do you love Bruno Mars? Do you love Thanksgiving? How about a song about Thanksgiving set to the beat of "24K Magic" by Bruno Mars? Then, enjoy "24TH Of November" 

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Upcoming performances (Click for info & to purchase tickets)

Final Show: December 4th at 5:00

The Academy Awards has a race problem. It’s big. But the four black actors in Room 4 aren’t particularly concerned with that, because they have a much bigger problem at hand. They’ve just realized they’re stuck in a time loop, auditioning for the same “Drug Dealer #2” role over and over. What once felt like a messed-up metaphor has become a literal existential nightmare. Get them out of there. Marina & Nicco’s new play, Room 4, is like “Waiting for Godot” meets “A Chorus Line” meets “Groundhog’s Day” meets “the real-life experience of virtually every black actor in America.” It’s funny, but a little angry, but mostly funny.