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In the Future a Woman Shines Bright

Wednesday, March 2, 7pm – Theater In the Future a Woman Shines Bright – a theater presentation on Frances Ellen Watkins Harper Featuring Sekai, written by Stephen C. Satell A one-person production on Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, the best-known African

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JOHN BROWN: TRUMPET OF FREEDOM

February 17, 18, 19, 7pm – Theater – Tickets $20 general admission/ $15 Seniors and students JOHN BROWN: TRUMPET OF FREEDOM “An outstanding piece of historical theatre, powerfully acted by Norman Thomas Marshall. I highly recommend it.”   –F. MURRAY ABRAHAM,

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OBAMA: Straight No Chaser: a Play by Maurice Henderson

Monday, February 21, 7pm – Theater – $10 Admission OBAMA: Straight No Chaser written and directed by Maurice Brian Henderson This one man play takes on an engaging, humorous and spell bounding look at the trials and tribulations which has

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Love Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

Wednesday, January 26, 7pm – Theater – $10 Admission Love Doesn’t Live Here Anymore written by Stephen Satell and directed by Connie Norwood Love doesn’t Live Here Anymore is taken from Stephen C. Satell’s novel Our Daddies Are Home and

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A Portrait in Black & White

Saturday, January 22, 7pm – Theater A Portrait in Black & White by Robert Miller, directed by Donovan Hagins The story explores the racial attitudes of two corporate attorneys, 50 year old Charles Mallory, and 40 year old Frank Falcone.

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Solace Rambling

WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 7pm – POETRYSOLACE RAMBLINGAn array of Philly artists present an evening of eclectic and multi-sensory performance – from intense to uplifting Featuring: Dear Arizona – Performance poet Jacob Winterstein and puppet-artist J. Marshall-Lively collaborate in this narrative

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Marx In Soho by Howard Zinn With Bob Weick as Karl Marx, Directed by John Doyle

MONDAY MAY 3, 7:30pm – $10. – THEATER

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Tonight @ 7pm – No Gang War in ’74 – A Drama based on the book by Stephen Satell

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 7pm – DRAMA – $10 CoverNo Gang War in ’74 BACKGROUND No Gang War in ’74 is a play with a professional cast and music, based on a book written by Stephen C. Satell, which tells important

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12/10 – 7pm – Just Around the Clock to a Brave New World

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10 – 7pm – PERFORMANCENational Black Arts Spoken Word Tour Presents:JUST AROUND THE BLOCK TO A BRAVE NEW WORLDThis staged adaptation chronicles gang warfare, violence in the home, schools and comunities. It also explores Bridging Worlds and Houses

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Tuesday, 8/25 – 7pm – Katrina Poetry & Politics

TUESDAY AUGUST 25, 7pm – POETRY MOONSTONE POETRY SERIES and the NATIONAL BLACK ARTS SPOKEN WORD TOUR & NATIONAL BLACK AUTHORS TOUR Presents KATRINA: POETRY & POLITICS Poetic & Spoken Word Performances by the Cast members from the Katrina Storm

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