Past 
productions

Dinner with Booker t. 

Darryl Reuben Hall's original one-man-show was just performed at Mad Cow Theatre in Orlando Florida.

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2022

Dinner with Booker T.

February 17-27, 2022. Mad Cow Theatre, Orlando Florida

2021

Drawn from the Water

Oct 30, 2021. Marcy Avenue Plaza, Brooklyn.

Faith and the Business of Show

Oct 17, 2021. Virtual Panel Discussion.

2020

NEA Big Read/ The Things They Carried

Streaming online beginning November 7, 2020

Sister Act Jr.

Nov 1, 2020 Stage Aurora 100 Youth Voices in Partnership with Resurrection Episcopal Church/St Matthew's Lutheran Church and Amelia Musical Playhouse

Dinner with Booker T.

Feb 8, 202 at 6:30 PM at Worsham Hall at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd

Amazing Grace: An Aretha Franklin Tribute

March 7:30 PM at the Greater Refuge Temple

2017

Darryl Reuben Hall's Frat House - Amelia Musical Playhouse

July 21-22

The Lion King, Jr. 

July 10-14. Jacksonville Public Library Main Branch. Sponsored in part by the PNC Bank Arts Alive Grant.

2016

Motown Christmas - Amelia Musical Playhouse

Darryl Reuben Hall's Harlem of the South - The Volstead

Dreamgirls - by Henry Krieger

Louis-and-Ella - By Trent Armand Kendall

Darryl Reuben Hall's Harlem of the South - Hick's Auditorium

Darryl Reuben Hall's Frat House - Amelia Musical Playhouse

2015

Darryl Reuben Hall's Frat House - By Darryl Reuben Hall

Annie, Jr.

Steal Magnolias - Mother's Day Weekend Presentation

The Color Purple - By Alice Walker

The Piano Lesson - August Wilson

2014

God's Trombones - By James Weldon Johnson

Little Shop of Horrors - By Alan Menken

The Wiz- By Charlie Smalls and William F. Brown

7th Annual Aurora Jacksonville Black Arts Festival

The Annual Performing Arts Summer Institute 

The Colored Museum - By George C. Wolfe

Dreamgirls - by Henry Krieger

2013

The Amen Corner - By James Baldwin

A Soldier's Play - By Charles Fuller

3 Divas and a Guy Named Darryl

- Featuring Angela Robinson of Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots and Darryl Reuben Hall

6th Annual Aurora Jacksonville Black Arts Festival

Crowns - By Regina Taylor

2012

To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee

Sponsored in part by The NEA Big Read 

The Wiz - By Charlie Smalls and William F. Brown

Featuring Darryl Reuben Hall as THE WIZ 

Annual Performing Arts Summer Institute

Sponsored in part by the Jacksonville Children's Commission 

5th Annual Aurora Jacksonville Black Arts Festival

The Color Purple - By Alice Walker 

It features music and lyrics written by Brenda Russell, Allee Willis

2011

3rd Annual Aurora Jacksonville Black Arts Festival - Featuring Artist Ella Joyce in A Rose Among Thorns

2010

Darryl Reuben Hall's Frat House - By Darren Reuben Hall

Driving Miss Daisy - By Alfred Uhry

To Kill A Mockingbird - Lee Harper

3rd Annual Aurora Jacksonville Black Arts Festival

Featuring Tony Award Winner Melba Moore and Spoken Word Artist Daniel Beaty

2009

Darren Reuben Hall's Reality Check - Florida Theatre

Black Nativity - By Langston Hughes

Apostasy: 360 Degrees - By Noble Lee Lester

2nd Annual Aurora Jacksonville Black Arts Festival

2008

Dream Girls - By Henry Krieger

Black Nativity - By Langston Hughes

2nd Annual Aurora Jacksonville Black Arts Festival 

- featuring T'Keyah Crystal Keymah in T'Keyah Live!

2007

Disney's High School Musical - 100 Youth Voices Musical Theatre Program

Darryl Reuben Hall's Frat House - Florida Theatre

The Whiz - By Charlie Smalls

1st Annual Aurora Jacksonville Black Arts Festival 

- featuring T'Keyah Crystal Keymah

2006

Grease - Performing Arts Summer Institute

Great Men of Gospel 

Black Nativity - By Langston Hughes

2005

A Raisin in the Sun - By Lorraine Hansberry

Mahalia - By Tom Stolz

Crowns - By Regina Taylor

2004

Black to my Roots - By Tyrone Young

Cinderella - Performing Arts Summer Institute

2003

Miss Evers’ Boys - By David Feldshuh

Main Stage Series -1st Production

Mama, I Want to Sing - By Vy Higgensen 

Performing Arts Summer Institute 

Co-sponsored by FCCJ North Campus