Crowns By Regina Taylor
September 13 - October 6
Crowns by Regina Taylor is a coming-of-age story about Yolanda, a self-destructive African American teen whose mother sends her away from Brooklyn to live with Grand Mother Shaw down south. After the violent death of her brother, Yolanda is ushered through pain, baptized by love, compassion and fortitude of the sisterhood of “Hat Queens.” Each hat carries memory and history of life, death, religion, racism, identity, unity, pride, trials and triumphs. These stories are told through ancient oral and spiritual traditions, which originated in Africa and the field songs, blues, jazz, R&B, Hip-Hop and the Gospel of the American Black Church.
Saturdays 2pm & 7:30pm
General Admission Tickets: $35
General Admission Seniors & Students: $20
Group Rate Discount Passcode: CROWNS19
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