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ASP The Reverberation Plays: Throw Pitchfork Performance & Talkback

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American Slavery Project: The Reverberation Plays | “Black History isn’t an event, It’s a legacy”

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An audio drama series with soundscapes and minimal visuals that dramatize how Black History isn’t an event, It’s a legacy. Each premiere is accompanied by a scholar-led conversation illuminating the themes of each play. All events will be streamed with a live talkback following the show. Phylicia Rashad also returns to direct our last premiere, "Second Sight"!

The Reverberation Series is made possible by grants from The Black Seed as well as Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone and Creative Communities, made possible by NY Dept. of Cultural Affairs, New York State Council on the Arts and distributed by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

*This event is for the viewing of the previously live streamed "Throw Pitchfork" Premiere and Live Talkback; available February 7th through March 4th. Ticket holders to the previous event can also access the video on ASP's site throughout the month with the same password you received in your Eventbrite email.

*FEBRUARY 5: "Throw Pitchfork" by Alexander Thomas

MARCH 5: "You Can Take Out a Parent Plus Loan" by Camille Thomas

APRIL 9: "The Haunted Files and H.S. Monologue Mission" by Judy Tate, Michael Slade and H.S. Students

MAY 14: "Disunion" by Judy Tate

JUNE 18: "Second Sight" by Judy Tate

*February - March 2021 Viewing | Throw Pitchfork Performance & Talkback

Written & performed by Alexander Thomas

(Originally taped at Kitchen Theatre Company)

Summary: The search for self-definition is passed on through four brothers as they struggle with the Jim Crow legacy of their father. Deep wounds left on his psyche are passed onto a generation of sons. Told with humor and pathos by one of those sons, this true story puts human faces on the fallout of America's original sin.

Conversation: The Legacies of Jim Crow and Black Family Dynamics with Dr. Mikal Rasheed, Author of “Family Therapy with Ethnic Minorities”. Moderated by Judy Tate

http://www.americanslaveryproject.org/

*When you register for ticket(s), you will be emailed a special password to view the show on ASP's homepage. Please be sure that the email associated with your Eventbrite registration is correct as the PASSWORD/URL will be sent to this address. No refunds.


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