Born in Charleston, West Virginia and a graduate of West Virginia State College, Ann Kathryn Flagg (1924-1970) was first a high school teacher before coming to Karamu House in 1952 to be Director of the Children's Theatre. In Cleveland she performed the title roles of Antigone and Lysistrata
RADIO-TVThe American Alliance for Theater & Education currently awards the Ann Flagg Multicultural Award to "an individual, organization or company making significant contributions to the field of theatre/drama for youth or arts education dealing with multicultural issues and/or reaching diverse audiences and constituencies."
Jet Magazine, February 20, 1964
"Great Gettin' Up Mornin" drama by Negro playwright Ann Flagg on Repertoire Workshop (Saturday, February 15 at 2:30 p.m., EST) on CBS-TV
The West Virginia Encyclopedia
American Alliance for Theatre & Education