Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Support the arts and be part of the first DC Black Theatre Festival

Support the arts and be part of the first DC Black Theatre Festival which features the play "Breakthrough" by Liberated Muse member Princess of Controversy .
Brace yourself as you embark on an incredible journey through Washington DC's first-ever Black Theatre Festival
a week-long festival celebrating extraordinary stories told by people of African decent. 
This inaugural event has an exciting menu of more than 60 provacative and ground breaking theatrical performances, by local and national artists, writers, producers, and the theatre companies, and is the first festival of it's kind to recognize the importance of both urban and traditional theatre.

Added to this magnificent line-up will be a week-long celebration of the Giants in Black Theatre, a series called "Intimate Conversations;
history told through the eyes of those who were there." 

There will also be the first-ever One-Act Battle; a
night one-act competition that concludes at the end of the week with the winner of each night battling for the titled "Best of the Best."

Liberated Muse co-founder Khadijah "Moon" Ali-Coleman-- a successful playwright who recently ended her second play's run in the Capital Fringe Fest last week, will be presenting
a workshop today that you can attend for JUST $10! 
Click here for details.

After the last performance, don't miss the nightly After Party,
featuring live music and entertainment, a cash bar, and a lively
discussion w/ audience members and performers. 
You do not want to miss this change of being among the first to say, 
"I was there when DC Black Theatre Festival changed the way theatre was done!"

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