Front Page article on Henrietta Vinton Davis in the City Paper


The Lady Vanishes

Clayton LeBouef has a very clear memory of when he first encountered Henrietta Vinton Davis. It was 1992, not long before he won the role of Baltimore Police Col. George Barnfather in TV’s Homicide: Life on the Street. LeBouef was a Washington, D.C.-based actor performing in a CenterStage production of Shakespeare’s little-produced Pericles. Rehearsals were over, and opening night loomed.

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A Shero’s Journey: The Livication of Henrietta Vinton Davis


Program for “A Shero’s Journey: The Livication of Henrietta Vinton Davis”

Henrietta Vinton Davis Honored at the Take Wing and Soar Productions’ “Spirit of Excellence Awards”


The 2008 Spirit of Excellence Awards

On Thursday May 15, 2008, Take Wing and Soar Productions honored Henrietta Vinton Davis with a special tribute during its Sprit of Excellence Awards Celebration. The event, held at the National Black Theatre in Harlem, New York. Also paid tribute to a number of leaders and achievers such as James Earl Jones, Pat Stevenson, Arthur French, Bryan Webster, and Earle Hyman.