Tuskegee Love Letters at the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival
Thursday, October 3, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
For my Atlanta friends, I invite you to join in the conversation on love, loss and redemption.
Coming to the Atlanta Black Theatre Festival October 3rd, the play about an adult orphan uncovering the hidden romantic story of her parents. Letters of love hold hard lessons for all. A story which asks the audience to answer: What legacy do you leave behind for the next generation?
Tuskegee Love Letters, a true story Kim Russell
Book available at Amazon.com. www.tuskegeeloveletters.com
Free show tickets available at: http://www.atlantablacktheatrefestival.org/
To audition for a possible role contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
What legacy do you leave behind for the next generation?
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Writer and producer Kim Russell travels the country leading dialogues on family legacy and the importance to the next generation to preserve family keepsakes. In this event, she will present her one-act reader's theater play to audiences to inspire and further the nationwide dialogue.