Coalescence Theatre Project proudly presents a live-streamed reading of “Juneteenth Street,” by award-winning Chicago playwright @[603264330:2048:Reginald Edmund], Co-Founder of Black Lives, Black Words, and a member of Coalescence Theatre’s Playwright Advisory Board.
“Juneteenth Street” will be presented on November 20 and November 21, 2020, at 7:00 PM. Tickets are available for FREE by reservation in advance on https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/42657. Donations are accepted and encouraged and can be made at the time of ticket reservation.
Expertly directed by Katharyn @[37700890:2048:DeAnn Love] Brown. “Juneteenth Street” features an exceptional cast that includes @[22917231:2048:Gregory D. Hicks], Jacqueline Brown, @[100005206412958:2048:George Jackson] III, Elaine Hill, @[1579202142397876:274:Anthony “Ace” Overton], and @[22917907:2048:Fania Bourn]. The stage manager for the production will be Tabby Miller with @[726884502:2048:Don Shandrow] as producer.
“Juneteenth Street” is the journey of a family, a church, and a community after their patriarch and head Pastor’s death. His loss not only leaves the family reeling, but now the community and church are at risk of being torn down due to gentrification promoted by one of their own. We invite you to join us in the sanctuary of Mount Saint Moses Missionary Baptist Church, where a leader and a community are reminded that true change is found in claiming your legacy.
A discussion with the playwright and cast will follow immediately after the performance.