Meet Dr. King

(Best for Grades Pre-K - 5th)

Black History, History and Social Studies

For your youngest audiences we are proud to present this production that celebrates the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in an accessible and easy-to-follow story. Students will learn about key moments in the life of Dr. King from his childhood in Atlanta, Georgia and the important lessons passed down by his father, to some of his greatest moments as an inspiring leader. Meet Dr. King is the perfect introduction to an American hero and will inspire young audiences to use peace, leadership and conflict resolution in their own schools and communities.

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Black History Heroes, Soldiers & Spies

(Best for Grades 3rd - Adult)

Black History, History and Social Studies

We’ve created a new show that celebrates some of the many stories of Black American heroes. In this production, audiences will have an opportunity to experience the work of the Buffalo Soldiers, including Colonel Charles Young, as they explore and settle the American West. They will also join the Tuskegee Airmen as they take flight to help win World War II. This play also highlights the work of spies such as Mary Elizabeth Bowser who worked for the Union during the Civil War. This exciting and interactive production will captivate audiences as they are drawn into some of the most unique and exciting stories from Black History.

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Let Freedom Ring: Music & Poetry of Black History

(Best for Grades 3rd - Adult)

Black History

This is a powerful and accessible production that takes every audience member on a journey through African American History and Culture. Follow the journey from Africa through slavery to the Civil Rights Movement and the powerful voices of today’s leaders. Hear the powerful voices of Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Maya Angelou and more. very audience member will walk away with a better understanding of these historical events by hearing the speeches, songs and poetry of these powerful Americans.

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