M ENSEMBLE PRODUCES AUGUST WILSON’S
The award-winning theatre group is staging one of August Wilson’s prolific works.
Founded in 1971, the M Ensemble is Florida’s oldest surviving Black Theatre group. It was launched on campus at the University of Miami by the late T.G. Cooper, who later became the chairman of the Theatre Department at Howard University in Washington, D.C. Theodore G. Cooper was a producer, director, educator, writer, actor and founder of The M Ensemble Company. “T.G.” as he preferred to be called, was a professor of Drama at Howard University for twenty years to chair the University drama department.
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