Rainbow Studio Theater Presents Roots Revival Revisited (Rental)
February 2, 2017 - February 4, 2017
10:30 am – Thursday & Friday (Student performance)
8 pm – Friday & Saturday (Public performance)
2 pm – Saturday (Public performance)
In a library in Anywhere, USA, students learn about their past history, origin, and culture from a larger-than-life, animated Big Book of Stories that pays homage to the oral history tradition of blacks in America. The Griot (also known as the school librarian) uses a backdrop of high-energy music, dance, and spoken word to take these unwitting students, who initially think they “know it all,” on an eye-opening, riveting journey, full of poignant, heart-wrenching, and inspiring stories they didn’t learn in school. Roots Revival Revisited is an original story written by Albuquerque’s own Cathryn McGill.
Student Performances – $3
Public Performances – $22.50
Tickets available by calling 505-407-6784 or clicking on the link below.
*School Time Performances are for seniors (60+) & students (k-12)
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