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Eye-Opening African-American Historical Play Themes in Louisville, KY & Nashville, TN

At NOMMO Productions, Linda and Mike specialize in writing historical plays around real-life heroes from underrepresented groups. Performances are available at any time, and they offer editing and freelance writing as well! They are always at work — Linda and Mike are currently writing a play about an African-American woman who becomes president of the USA, with historical figures intertwined in the story as well. Reach us to learn more about our African-American Historical Play Themes in Louisville, KY and Nashville, TN.


Historical figures presented include:
2016/2017 Season (Louisville and Nashville)

Frederick Douglas

Escaped slave, abolitionist, women’s rights fighter, and premier orator of the 19th century, Douglas is ) of the better-known figures of that period.

rosa parks

Considered by many to be the “mother of the Civil Rights Movement”, Parks was more than a tired seamstress who sat down on a bus, this program presents the many facets and struggles of this (s)hero.



2017/2018 (Louisville and Nashville)

Georgia Douglas Johnson

Georgia Douglas Johnson was part of the intellectual, social, and artistic explosion known as the Harlem Renaissance. Her home in Washington, D.C., known The Literary Salon, was frequented by more well-known writers of that era (e.g., Langston Hughes, Alain Locke, and

Paul robeson

Paul Robeson is best remembered for the song, "Old Man River" famous. He was a highly respected Broadway performer, an internationally-renowned intellectual and musical talent, and was a tireless worker for employee rights and unions, which led to his indictment and harassment by the McCarthy Unamerican Affairs Committee.



2017/2018 (Louisville and Nashville)

preparation year

No performances this year as NOMMO prepares a complete new production and seeks new venues for 2020.


2019/20 (Louisville)

The Moral arc of the universe
Feat. Barbara Justice

The first woman elected president of the United States is about to be inaugurated when a ghost appears. What will happen next?

February 14th & 15th at 8:00 p.m and February 16th at 2:00 p.m in Louisville in the Russell Theater at  516 S 17th Street
Louisville, KY 40203.

First Unitarian Church dates: TBA

Tickets: $20 ($10 for Military, Students, & Children)