NAATC in the Indy Star
Indianapolis Star reporter Domenica Bongiovanni covers feature story on the Naptown African American Theatre Collective Inc. with our founder/producing director LaKesha Lorene and board Vice President Mariah Ivey.
The future of theatre is bright. Find out how NAATC plans to make it even brighter for the Indianapolis community.
NAATC on WISH TV 8
WISH TV Reporter Katiera Winfrey celebrates women's history month by highlighting women-led organization and NAATC's plans to add to the theatre community.
NAATC in the Indianapolis Recorder
Indianapolis Recorder staff writer Chloe McGowan covers the Naptown African American Theatre Collective Inc. origin story, the need for our theatre in the community and plans for the season opener with multifaceted artist and PHD candidate Austin Dean Ashford.
WFYI Catches Up With NAATC as The Curtain Rises on Indy's First Black Theatre Collective
WFYI's Reporter Ray Steele sits down with our Detroit '67 cast and producing director to talk about the impact of being the first Black Equity Theatre in the city and why Detroit '67 written by Dominique Morisseau is important for audiences to see!
INDY NOW Showcases Detroit '67 Cast Talent and Looks Forward to the Soul Train Dance Party
The Detroit '67 company sits down with Indy NOW for a special performance of a scene from Dominique Morisseau's Detroit '67 and promote tickets to the opening night Soul Train Dance Party!
Photography by The Orange Portrait
Adam Crowe from "A Seat on the Aisle" Reviews Detroit '67!
Quote from Adam Crowe - "Bottom Line: NAATC is a long overdue addition to the Indianapolis theater scene." Click the photo to view the full review! Thank you Adam for reviewing our show!
Photography by The Silver Eroh Photography and Hospitality