In 2014, Florence (Flo) Roach founded Ettaro Fine Arts Foundation (EFAF). Since its inception, EFAF has been in the business of providing artistic and leadership opportunities for teens and senior citizens. We also have been providing entertainment for Memphis and Mid-South communities as well as participating in community service projects.
EFAF has been instrumental in providing opportunities for cast members to perform on stage, at festivals, summer camps, special community events, in commercials, on TV, and in movies. The productions have entertained audiences from the mid-south and drew attendees from across America. The diversity of the cast members provided an excellent mixture of cultures and backgrounds. From the ages of eight to eighty our cast members performed on the stages of Hattiloo Theatre, Buckman Performing Arts Theater, the Kroc Center, and the Cannon Performing Arts Center.
Ettaro’s latest project is a Stop the Violence Video entitled, “Mama’s Ti’ed” which is scheduled to be released Fall 2022.
Reviews on Black Soap, an Ettaro Production
Black Soap was a wonderful depiction of a lot different things that are actually going on today
I've enjoyed it. I've been with her since the first one and I'm gone be with her through the end. I'm so proud of it; when we get on the red carpet in Hollywood I'll be there with Flo too.
See some of our previous work.
Cast and Crew