Tonight: Screening of “Neighbors” Inspired Documentary

Posted on February 20, 2012

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We have laid out the challenge to our audiences: Engage in our work in deeper and more profound ways. For those audience members who step up to that challenge, we try to provide as many programs and opportunities to help facilitate their engagement. While we are so happy with the level of engagement we’ve seen with our audiences, we would have never, in our WILDEST DREAMS, believed an audience member would take it this far!

Tonight, Monday, February 20th, Mixed Blood will host a screening of a documentary inspired by our 2011 production of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Neighbors. Produced and Directed by Ralph L. Crowder III, “Theater Arts & Black Imagery, In Post Civil Rights America” explores the role past-held racial stereotypes play in today’s culture. Join us at the firehouse starting at 7:00p. The film screening will begin at 7:30p and will be followed by an audience conversation facilitated by Producer Ralph Crowder. See you there!

"Neighbors" inspired documentary to be screened at Mixed Blood THeatre Feb. 20 @ 7:00PM

"Neighbors" inspired documentary to be screened at Mixed Blood THeatre Feb. 20 @ 7:00PM

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