No Place to be Somebody is a 1969 play written by American playwright Charles Gordone, for which he received the 1970 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Gordone’s Pulitzer signified two “firsts”: he was the first African-American playwright to receive a Pulitzer, and No Place to be Somebody was the first off-Broadway play to receive the award. Written over the course of seven years, the play explores racial tensions in a Civil Rights-era story about a black bar owner who tries to outsmart a white mobster syndicate. Join us for this exciting story about country folk who migrated to the big city seeking the urban myth of success, only to find disappointment, despair, and death.


RL Studios & M.P.A.C.T Events Presents:

Their Quarterly Women In Film Event

PLAN A: Women Empowered

*Doors Open at 3:00 P.M. with a prompt start of 4:00 P.M.*

Please arrive early for preferred seating.

Female film creators ages 13 and up will be showcasing short films in the following categories:

  • Comedy
  • Docu-Style

Come support, network, and celebrate females in the film industry!

Industry Panel

Sounds by D.J. Mille

Social Hour & Refreshments

This will be our fourth series and it is our mission to continue suporrting women in the art community. We are accepting donations for the Waco Theater Programs as well as community efforts by M.P.A.C.T Events.

All patrons who donate will receive a gift bag as a thank you for your contribution



Co-Presented by the Billie Holiday Theater – NY

Directed by Indira Etwaroo

The West Coast debut of 50in50: Letters to Our Daughters – with founding partner Frank Silvera Writers’ Workshop (FSWW). For the third year, MacArthur “Genius” Dominique Morriseau’s curatorial statement calls women and girls from all walks of life to tell their stories. A diverse group of 50 stories will be selected to be read by a renowned collective of women actors.

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The Intersection between Hip Hop and Education presented by Jahi of Public Enemy, as PE 2.0 reintroduces Hip Hop as a world culture with life affirming principles. This event includes an interactive discovery of various elements of Hip Hop around the world, a live performance and demonstration with a call to action to use Hip Hop music and culture as a catalyst for social and global change.