The owners of the popular Crown Bakery, located at 5409 Georgia Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20011, Trevor and Jennifer Selman will be recognized on Tuesday 25th May when the Virtual Play Crown by Marjuan Canady, is streamed on facebook at 7:00pm. Crown is a short play that tells the story of Trinidadian food entrepreneurs and bakers, Trevor and Jennifer Selman, as they created "Crown Bakery" in Washington, DC.
Marjuan Canady has been commissioned by the @atlanticpacifictheatre to write the new play about Trevor and Jennifer for the Island Table Series, a play festival presenting a menu of short plays inspired by global cuisine and history. The Virtual play Premieres at 7pm EST
FREE RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/island-table-series-a-play-festival-presenting-a-menu-of-short-plays-tickets-156101179831
WATCH LIVE AT: https://www.facebook.com/atlanticpacifictheatre/live/
Marjuan Canady, originally from Trinidad, is an award-winning Caribbean-American artist, entrepreneur, educator, and literacy advocate. A native Washingtonian, her work spans theater, film, television, children’s media, and literature. Her original work has been seen at The John F. Kennedy Center, Sesame Street, The Smithsonian, The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, Miami Book Fair, Ryan Seacrest Foundation and the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute. She is the CEO/ Author and Creative Director of the children's media brand, Callaloo Kids. She has held fellowships at The Schomburg Center, the DC Commission on the Arts, the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, Lincoln Center, Harlem Stage, and the Anacostia Arts Center. She is the Founder of her production company Sepia Works and non-profit, Canady Foundation for the Arts. She is a graduate of Duke Ellington School of the Arts, Fordham University, and NYU Tisch. She is a proud member of the Producer’s Guild of America.