BLACK LIVES BLACK WORDS INTERNATIONAL PROJECT
Cordially invites you to join
I AM...FEST: A Celebration of Women of Color in Arts, Activism and Leadership
for our Donors Reception & Fundraiser
Join us for the reading of Trouble In Mind by Alice Childress and directed by celebrated director Lili-Anne Brown which will be followed by drinks and poetry by Nikki Patin and Tuyeni Akanke as we celebrate kicking off our event and we honor an incredible Women of Color - Ambassador Ertharin Cousin and Amina Dickerson.
Each ticket gains patrons entry to the reading 'Trouble In Mind' by Alice Childress, drink reception, and performances.
*Advanced donations of $200+ receive a BLBW Gift Bag (t-shirt, 2 tickets to Showcase performance and VIP Reception and autographed anthology) from Black Lives Black Words International Project *
For our donor packet please inbox us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information regarding Black Lives Black Words International Project:
Black Lives, Black Words was started because we felt there needed to be an opportunity for Black Playwrights to speak out against the sins committed in this world inflicted upon black bodies: Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, Rekia Boyd, Sandra Bland, Tamir Rice, and the countless many others.
Bringing together local Black artists and having them work with directors of color to speak against the injustices in an unfiltered way and to speak directly to the communities that they are connected to. Which results in raw, urgent and exciting new writing that was socially and politically tied to the Black Lives Matter discussions.
- April 27, 2019
- April 27, 2019
- Goodman Theatre, North Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL, USA
SCHEDULE of EVENTS
Reading of Trouble In Mind
7:00 – 9:00 PM
(Goodman Theatre- Alice Education Center)
Reading of Trouble In Mind by Alice Childress, Directed by Lili-Anne Brown
Drink Reception, Performances, and Presentation
9:00 – 11:00 PM
(Goodman Theatre- Patrons Lounge)
Join us for our drink reception and performances from poets Nikki Patin (BLBW Artistic Associate and Founder of Surviving the Mic) and Tuyeni Akanke.
Following by a closing ceremony to honor an exceptional Woman of Color Ambassador Ertharin Cousin.
To find out more about who we are please reach us at: http://www.blacklivesblackwords.org