The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center presents this event. It is FREE. The play is a streaming video and is available at a time of your choosing between March 8 and 14, 2021. Use the link below for access to the play and to register for the Community Conversation on March 14th at 7 PM.
For registration and more information; https://mahaiwe.org/event/rhapsody-in-black-virtual-play-and-community-conversation/
Virtual play runs from March 8-14
Written and performed by LeLand Gantt and developed at NYC’s Actors Studio with Estelle Parsons, Rhapsody in Black is a one-man show that explores LeLand’s personal journey to understanding and confronting racism in America.
Community Conversation on March 14th at 7 PM
The March 14 post-show conversation will be moderated by Dr. Frances Jones-Sneed, professor emeritus at MCLA and chair of Clinton Church Restoration’s Council of Scholars. She will be joined by the playwright/actor and by Howard University junior Olivia Nda, and African American Studies teacher Jamal Ahamad.
In partnership with Clinton Church Restoration; sponsored by Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation’s Bridging Divides, Healing Communities program