Urban Noir Project - “From Slavery to the White House”

Age Group: Adults & Seniors 
Special Program: Diversity Other

9/24/2017 • 2 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

West Las Vegas location West Las Vegas Library

Room: Theatre

Urban Noir Project “From Slavery to the White House”

Join us as Urban Noir Productions, guided by its personal credo “We Make. We Innovate. We Create.” expands its creative voice via theater. Urban Noir Productions draws from history, social issues, and literature, to present them in visual art and the “Urban Noir Project” is designed to entertain, stimulate thought provoking dialogue, and to educate viewers and theatergoers on African American history and experience, past and present. Unlike the usual structure of the three act play, the “project vignettes” move you through time, bridging each period with dance, music, narration, and of course great acting. The project opens the doors on the historical holocaust of slavery, moving through segregation and Jim Crow to the election of President Obama and is designed to bring awareness to the social injustice hovering in our society leaving heavy impressions of racial, economic, and legal disparities. Co-sponsored by Urban Noir Productions.  Written, produced, and directed by Monica C. Moses, founder of Urban Noir Productions. For more information, please contact the West Las Vegas Library at 702-507-3989 or visit website: www.urbannoirproductions.com

Free and open to the public.

*For Mature Audiences, content not suitable for everyone: adult language, themes, and humor.