(Top, left) The award-winning dancer and choreographer, Debbie Allen, writer, director, producer and one of the stars of the new multidisciplinary and dance-driven work, “Freeze Frame . . . Stop the Madness,” is pictured with her equally talented sister, Phylicia Rashad, during a talk back following the show on Saturday, Oct. 29. Allen said, “It’s impossible to be an artist and not do something that reflects the issues, the pain, and examine possible solutions to the senseless violence and loss of innocent lives we are experiencing every day. Freeze Frame is a lens through which a balanced conversation can be experienced and a real call to action will be heard.”/Photo by Travis Riddick
(Top, left) The award-winning dancer and choreographer, Debbie Allen, writer, director, producer and one of the stars of the new multidisciplinary and dance-driven work, “Freeze Frame . . . Stop the Madness,” is pictured with her equally talented sister, Phylicia Rashad, during a talk back following the show on Saturday, Oct. 29. Allen said, “It’s impossible to be an artist and not do something that reflects the issues, the pain, and examine possible solutions to the senseless violence and loss of innocent lives we are experiencing every day. Freeze Frame is a lens through which a balanced conversation can be experienced and a real call to action will be heard.”/Photo by Travis Riddick

Editor’s Note: If you can see this play anywhere at any time, even sitting with anyone, you should make a beeline for tickets. It’s fast-paced, exciting and features some youth actors, dancers and singers that will most assuredly become household names in the not so distant future. Brava Ms. Allen!

The cast of “Freeze Frame.” /Photo by Travis Riddick

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