Edith Berry » BIPOC Artist Directory (Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill)
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Edith C. Berry is a native of Brooklyn, NY, and resides in Raleigh, NC. She earned a double Masters’ at Brooklyn College and took dance instructions at Alvin Ailey and Baba Chuck Davis. Berry is the Founder and Producer of The Show Must Go On, and Social Media Strategist/Blogger/Writer of TCP Magazine. She also formed The Cultural Arts Ministry at Poplar Springs Christian Church, which comprises drama, dance, and mime. She performed but not exclusively in; Black Nativity, Amazing Grace, Can I Get a Witness, The Amen Corner, Escape to Freedom, Ragtime, and Oliver. Berry also performed on NBC Gil Nobles Like It Is, with the King Tut Dance Company in NYC.