Theatre

 

SOULED OUT
(July 2002)



Written and directed by Tracie Dean Ponder
Trisha played the leading role of Arian, the head of a prestigious advertising company.  Requested by demand - encore performances coming soon.  Check this site for more information.


JEFFREY'S PLAN
(May 2001)

Written by NAACP award-winner, Stacey McClain and directed by Dianah Wynter,  Trisha played Monica, the self-consumed, "bougie" boss to Kellita Smith (The Bernie Mac Show.) 


 

BUDS 
(October 2001)

Another leading role for Trisha as FeFe in this comical masterpiece, written by two-time NAACP Award winning playwright/producer, Michael Ajakwe (Soul Food, The Parkers, Martin, and Moesha)


 

HIS WOMAN HIS WIFE
(January thru April 2000)

Trish toured with His Woman His Wife (directed by David Talbert) in 2000 as the cunning Cynthia, ex-girlfriend and mother to Stewart's (Malik Yoba) daughter.  Trisha also shared the stage with Stephanie Mills, Tommy Ford, and singer Tony Terry.  The after-party pictures are coming soon.  Click here for the official His Woman His Wife web site for reviews.


 

TREAT HER LIKE A LADY
(November 1999)


In this play written and directed by Roy Fegan (Five Heart Beats) Trish Mann played opposite Hawthorne James (Five Heart Beats) as Linda, his abused and handicapped wife, bound to a wheelchair.  


 

THE LAST SESSION
(August 1999)

Standing in for Michele Mais, we hear that Trisha had just two weeks to learn the entire script, master all of the songs, and even get the dance moves down...and still an awesome performance!  


 

THE MARRIAGE
(July 1999)

 

Ted Lange (The Love Boat) directed Trisha Mann as the sassy and comical B.J. in this award-winning piece, written by Kosmond Russell


 

AN EVENING OF SHAKESPEARE
WITH CHARLES DUTTON
(October 1998)

The Epiphany Theatre Company performed an incredible show starring Charles Dutton and featuring Trisha Mann as the evil "Lady M." opposite Mr. Dutton as MacBeth.


 

THE VISIT
(June 1998)

 
Seen here is the talented actor Al Garrett who portrayed Trisha's childhood sweetheart in this jail scene from The Visit - a Kosmond Russell production - directed by Harry Lennox (The Five Heart Beats and The Matrix 2).  The Visit  is now a movie, starring Rae Dawn Chong, and Billy Dee Williams. The after-party pictures are coming soon. 


 

GREAT WOMEN OF COLOR
(March, July 1998)

This was Trisha's very first play after arriving to L.A.  She portrayed the very intimidating civil rights activist Ida B. Wells.  Drama-Logue stated her performance as  "Anger Personified" .