[Blackstudies-l] Concerts for Social Justice (free streaming) and Reenah Golden's Avenue Blackbox Theatre

Maria Helena Lima lima at geneseo.edu
Sat May 15 12:06:24 EDT 2021

Now Streaming!

*Portraits of Langston**HERB SMITH *
We pay tribute to the art of music and spoken word, with poems written by
Langston Hughes weaved into two works by composers Valerie Coleman and
RPO’s own Herb Smith! In partnership with Avenue Blackbox Theatre
this program is FREE to the public, available to watch anytime, anywhere,
at your convenience.

*Truth Is of No Color *is a series produced by your RPO to shed light on
composers from historically marginalized groups. We also partner with local
organizations that support our families, friends, and neighbors in a
variety of ways, using our virtual stage to highlight the tremendous work
they do to better our community.

Start Watching Today!
About Avenue Blackbox Theatre
[image: N'dia "Dread" Prout]

Founded in 2018, the Avenue Blackbox Theatre is directed artistically by
local and international "artivist" Reenah Golden. Many have showered
Reenah, born and raised in Rochester, NY, with compliments and praise for
"re-igniting local theatre" as a "community treasure" for this latest leap
of faith.

Avenue Blackbox also hosts several youth programs for those interested in
the arts. From acting to writing, set design to spoken word, these programs
offer youth an opportunity to create, uplift, and empower their voices.
These programs are FREE to students, thanks to the support of our community.

To learn more about their programs, or to make a donation to Avenue
Blackbox, click the button below today!

Avenue Blackbox Theatre

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