Literature to Life’s “Black Boy”
February 25, at 11:30 amFree
Literature to Life presents professionally staged adaptations of award-winning literary works performed by a single actor. Black Boy is a powerful account of one young man’s journey from innocence to experience as a black youth living in the Jim Crow South. A tour de force, the actor plays upwards of fifteen characters from author Richard Wright’s past. This special abridged virtual performance will be accompanied by a discussion that encourages students and audience members to engage in self-reflection and discovery.
This program is part of KCA’s Revelations Daytime Performance Series.