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RSVP for 'Legacy Lives On' HERE

TONIGHT

Public Forum: LEGACY LIVES ON
Monday, November 11 at 7PM
The Public Theater – Martinson Hall

The first 6 will be confirmed!
Others will be added to the Standby List

Featuring ...

Ifa Bayeza, Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi, Erika Dickerson-Despenza, Camille A. Brown, and Dianne McIntyre
 

The groundbreaking choreopoem for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf inspired a generation of Black womxn artists, creatives, and thinkers, but the legacy of Ntozake Shange’s spirit extends far beyond the stage. Public Forum gathers a multigenerational group of Black womxn, including Ifa Bayeza, Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi, Erika Dickerson-Despenza, Camille A. Brown, and Dianne McIntyre for an evening of celebration, creativity, and joy. Part conversation, part ritual, PUBLIC FORUM: LEGACY LIVES ON will center the voices and experiences of Black womxn and bring new voices in dialogue with Shange’s world.
 

To RSVP to standby list, FILL OUT THIS FORM HERE
Limit 2 per person.

RSVP for standby list are first-come, first-served, subject to availability and do not guarantee entry. RSVP for standby tickets can be claimed in the Lobby of The Public Theater beginning at 6PM on Monday, November 11.

MORE INFO HERE

RSVP for Nov 11 and Nov 15 HERE
TONIGHT
Monday, November 11, 2019 - 7:30pm

THIS FRIDAY NIGHT
Friday, November 15, 2019 - 7:30pm

All Blackboard Features and Community Nights are located in The Mary Rogers Room at The Dramatists Guild.

PLAYWRIGHTS:
BRING UP TO 10 pages of work you'd like to hear!
(and your own copies)

ACTORS:
BRING YOURSELVES!
RSVP for Nov 11 and Nov 15 HERE

The Mary Rodgers Room
at The Dramatists Guild, located at
1501 Broadway
(b/t 43rd and 44th Streets)  

*USE THE ENTRANCE ON 43rd Street*
7th Floor' New York, NY 10036

HAVE YOU SEEN "FOR COLORED GIRLS..."
at The Public Theater
Purchase Tickets HERE for “for colored girls...” Oct 8 - Dec 8
Use Code: BBFCG to UNLOCK $30 Tickets!
The Company of "For Colored Girls...": Jayme Lawson, Celia Chevalier, Adrienne C. Moore, Sasha Allen, Danaya Esperanza, Alexandria Wailes and Okwui Okpokwasili.  Photo Credit: Joan Marcus
for colored girls...   has been opened since October 8th.  If you haven’t seen it we have a special code: BBFCG for $30 Tickets!  If it’s looking sold-out, that code will unlock seats. 

This has been a very special production for me as a producer and as a playwright.  I have spent a lot of time in the room with our creative team and cast, almost every single one, a women, a women of color or a Black women. The sisterhood you see among many of us is real and as we head into our 2nd week of previews, I sincerely hope we see you in the house to celebrate the hard work of every single person on this production.

Remember: BBFCG for $30 Tickets using the buttons above or below to purchase!

I also had the honor of writing the dramaturgy note in our playbill that accompanies Suzan-Lori Parks’ welcome! So if you come, please check it out!!

Do not hesitate to let me know if you have any questions about tickets, etc...

Sincerely,
Garlia Cornelia Jones
Founder, Blackboard Plays
Line Producer, for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enough - The Public Theater
Use Code: BBFCG to UNLOCK $30 Tickets!
Purchase Tickets HERE for “for colored girls...” Oct 8 - Dec 8
More about the show here!
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