William Jackson Harper’s “Travisville” Featuring Nathan James Begins October 3

“Performances begin October 3 at Ensemble Studio Theatre for the world premiere of Travisville by actor and playwright William Jackson Harper (The Good Place, After the Blast). In Travisville, a Texas church community, untouched by the tumult of the civil rights movement, is compelled into a kind of reckoning once a stranger enters their lives.
Steve H. Broadnax III (The Hip-Hop Project) directs a cast made up of Stori Ayers (Pipeline), Sheldon Best (Sugar in Our Wounds), Denny Dale Bess (Year of the Rooster), Brian D. Coats (Jitney), Bjorn Dupaty (Office Hours), Lynnette R. Freeman (Luz), Nathan James (Qantico), Ivan Moore (Luke Cage), and Shawn Randall (Fish Men).”

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“Service To Man” Featuring Nathan James Released Nationwide

Nathan James plays a supporting role on the indie film Service to Man. The film will be released and available on VOD and streaming nationwide starting February 20th! Pre-orders are available via iTunes NOW.

Starting February 20th, it’ll also be available via: DirecTV, Dish Network/Sling TV, iN Demand – including Comcast, Cox and Spectrum, Vubiquity – including Frontier and Verizon Fios, Amazon Instant Video, FandangoNow, Google Play, iTunes, Sony Playstation, Vudu, Xbox, YouTube Movies, Swank – Hospitals, Colleges, etc.

Actor Nathan James Explores Emotions In His One Man Show “Growing Pains”

“As a young black man, playwright Nathan James often felt like he had to mask his emotions. The Pittsburgh native returns to the August Wilson Center this week to perform his one man play Growing Pains. 90.5 WESA’s Virginia Alvino Young recently spoke with James about his show, which looks at how and where we grow up impacts who we become. ”

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