Theater for the soul.
During the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, VSP is making Matthew Rising and Daisies on Harlem's Doorstep available for viewing free online!
You may not be able to go to the show, but we can come to you!
Please subscribe to learn about the days/times.
We are excited to announce that our new work
MATTHEW RISING was the awarded Arts Workforce Initiative Sponsorship for its debut at Long Wharf Theatre, Stage II
in New Haven, CT on January 16, 2020.
It was a feature presentation along with a panel made up of Southern Connecticut substance misuse disorder, harm reduction and drug intelligence organizations.
Chronically absent from school, 17-year-old Matthew has been sinking into a deep depression ever since his father passed away last summer. His best friend, Spade, is finally excelling in school and owes it all to Mr. Path, Matthew’s trusted mentor. With a newly ignited passion for entrepreneurship and a curious friend who loves to mix creative drinks, what will happen when disguised opioids are introduced to the teens? When life takes a turn and curiosity gets the best of Matthew and Spade, what will happen next?
Read the article, The Opioid Crisis Hits the Stage here.
Sharece M. Sellem
Founder of Vintage Soul Productions (VSP), Sharece M. Sellem is a playwright, director, performing artist and workshop facilitator.
Sharece M. Sellem named the 13th Annual Dr. Floyd Gaffney Playwriting Competition Celebrating the African American Experience University California, San Diego Winner
Daisies on Harlem's Doorstep
Hi! Thank you for visiting us.
We are excited to share our love of performing arts with you. The name, Vintage Soul, comes from the feeling that we have so much to learn from the past whether our personal and unique stories or those of old with gems to teach lessons and help us look into present. By visiting the past we learn about ourselves in many ways. By performing we celebrate life and all of it's beautiful and tragic memories.
We are a network of performing artists who love to share the gift of theater with our community.
Theater improves lives.