Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company Announces Celebrity Golf Tournament & Gala


Kenny Leon, Artistic Director of True Colors Theatre Company, along with Samuel L. Jackson, Anna Horsford, and Monica Pearson will host a group of celebrity guests from the entertainment, sports, and media worlds for a day of entertainment and golf to raise funds for the theatre company’s education programs including the National August Wilson Monologue Competition for high school students.

Event Chairs: Jovita Moore, Kelly Mayfield, and Henry and Joanne Kelly

Greens in the Day: Morning brings our lively golf tournament with Samuel L. Jackson and Kenny Leon in hot competition for the “Kenny Cup”, currently held by Kenny and “Team East Coast”. The day starts with a Continental breakfast before the tournament and concludes with lunch and the awards presentation.

Blues in the Night: Hosted this year by Anna Horsford and Monica Pearson, in the evening we will have a festive party at a private Buckhead residence including dinner buffet, cocktails, blues entertainment, an as well as the opportunity to mingle with celebrity guests.

8 p.m. – 11 p.m., cocktail attire.

Celebrity guests include Samuel L. Jackson, Ahmad Rashad, Mekhi Phifer, Glynn Turman, Flex Alexander, Anna Horsford, Omari Hardwick, Mykelti Williamson, and Dikembe Mutumbo among others.

WHEN: May 17, 2014; Golf Tournament at 9 AM, Celebrity Gala at 8 PM
WHERE: Golf: Bear’s Best Atlanta
Gala: A private Buckhead residence

Blues is the Day, Greens in the Night is supported by: Delta Air Lines, Family Dermatology, Georgia Power, Cadillac, AT&T, Georgia Pacific, Bank of America, Adidas, Celebrity Cruises, Granny Nannies, Family Practice of Atlanta, Fifth Third Bank, Gude Management Group, InterContinental Buckhead, Safeguard, Atlanta Livery Service, Avalon Catering, Sweet Spot Golf Apparel.

True Colors Theatre Company is a regional theatre company based in Atlanta, GA. Founded by Artistic Director Kenny Leon, and Managing Director Jane Bishop, True Colors strives to be an important voice in the American discussion of diversity including plays and playwrights from various times, cultures and perspectives.