Throughout this past year, we fully embraced the complex dichotomy of our role in creating both “a joyful gathering place,” while also convening “front porch conversations” about important issues still facing Black America—from workplace discrimination as seen in “Rasheeda Speaking” to police brutality as seen in “Freedom on Juneteenth.” As America’s oldest producing African American theatre, we have continued to produce socially and culturally relevant programming that honors the African American experience in not only our theatrical productions, but also in our arts education curriculum and our community program
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