The Black Panther Project: A Living Oral History

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On today’s podcast, we catch up with Theatre In The X and Iron Age Theatre for the collaborative effort and Philly Theatre Week offering, “The Black Panther Project: A Living Oral History”. The production shines a light of the worker bees of the movement and displays how their impact helped steer the conversations of racial and social justice. Stay Tuned!

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT THE BLACK PANTHER PROJECT: A LIVING ORAL HISTORY

Iron Age Theatre is collaborating with Theatre in the X to give voice to the Black Panther Party during Black History Month. This evening of performances presents oral histories of the Black Panthers from a ground level perspective telling many unheard stories of the Panther efforts for racial and social justice.

Support the show at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/radical-acts-black-panther-project#/

Directed by Eric Carter, Walter DeShields and John Doyle.
Part of Philadelphia Theatre Week

Featuring:
Terri Shockley, LaNeshe L. White, Carlo Campbell, Niya Colbert, Brian Anthony Wilson, Darryl Bell, Sam Kedebe, Brad S Rich, Tinuke Oyefule, Richard Chan, and Maurice Tucker.

Iron Age Theatre has produced theatre focused on the common man and justice for almost 30 year and Theatre in the X has been making theatre available to the common man in underserved communities for the past five years. Iron Age’s diverse approach to theatrical work has offered opportunities for progressive stories to be shared with audiences to shake their preconceptions. Theatre in the X brings African-American theatre with new and veteran Philadelphia talent to West Philly in Parks for free. Both groups share a common vision of working with under appreciated actors, playwrights an communities.

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION

http://ironagetheatre.org and http://theatreinthex.com

Part of Philly Theatre Week