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FOTC "In The Blood"
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2017-6-20
1:30 pm
-2017-7-13
9:30 pm
Film Viewing & Discussion: A Day in Harlem
Open Seats UNLIMITED
2017-6-27
5:30 pm
-8:00 pm

FOTC "In The Blood"


Jun 20,2017 - Jul 13,2017 Time: 1:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Join Face Off Theatre Company as they kick-off their third season with "In The Blood" by Suzan-Lori Parks during the Black Arts & Cultural Center's 2017 Black Arts Festival. PARENTAL ADVISORY: Strong language, sexual content, and adult themes. Recommended age: 15+. Pre-show entertainment to begin at 6:30pm., courtesy of Truth Tone Records. Talk back to occur immediately following the show. Theatre doors will close at 7:45pm. No one will be admitted after this time. NO exceptions. Tickets are selling fast! Seating is limited. Purchase your ticket today! https://www.eventbrite.com/o/black-arts-amp-cultural-centers-face-off-theatre-company-9872278571 Event location: Judy K. Jolliffe Theatre- 359 S. Kalamazoo Mall, 2nd Floor, Kalamazoo MI 49007.

Location

Judy K. Jolliffe Theatre (formerly Epic Theatre)
359 S. Kalamazoo Mall, Ste 202
Kalamazoo, 49007

Event Fees:

Group of 8 $ 8.00
BACC Members $ 10.00
Students/ Seniors $ 15.00
General Admission $ 20.00

Film Viewing & Discussion: A Day in Harlem


Jun 27,2017 - Time: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
In August of 1958, in front of a Harlem brownstone, first-time photographer Art Kane assembled 57 of the greatest jazz stars of all time and snapped a picture that would live forever. Narrated by Quincy Jones, this "irresistible" (Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times), Academy Award-nominated documentary examines the fascinating lives of the musicians who showed up that day to make history. Through remarkable interviews with nearly 30 jazz greats (including Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins and Art Blakey), home movies shot by Milt and Mona Hinton, and rare, archival performance footage, A Great Day in Harlem tells the story behind a legendary photograph that is still alive and kicking - and jammin'! This film viewing and discussion is a part of BACC's monthly programming and our second quarter series "Black Culture in Film" Admission is $5 for non BACC members and FREE for BACC members. A discussion of the film will follow the screening. Refreshments will be provided. Contact BACC for more information at info@blackartskalamazoo.org for 269-349-1035.

Location

Black Arts & Cultural Center
359 S Kalamazoo Mall Ste. 202
Kalamazoo, 49007

Event Fees:

General Admission $ 5.00

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FOTC "In The Blood"


Jun 20,2017 - Jul 13,2017Time: 1:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Join Face Off Theatre Company as they kick-off their third season with \"In The Blood\" by Suzan-Lori Parks during the Black Arts & Cultural Center\'s 2017 Black Arts Festival. PARENTAL ADVISORY: Strong language, sexual content, and adult themes. Recommended age: 15+. Pre-show entertainment to begin at 6:30pm., courtesy of Truth Tone Records. Talk back to occur immediately following the show. Theatre doors will close at 7:45pm. No one will be admitted after this time. NO exceptions. Tickets are selling fast! Seating is limited. Purchase your ticket today! https://www.eventbrite.com/o/black-arts-amp-cultural-centers-face-off-theatre-company-9872278571 Event location: Judy K. Jolliffe Theatre- 359 S. Kalamazoo Mall, 2nd Floor, Kalamazoo MI 49007.

Location

Judy K. Jolliffe Theatre (formerly Epic Theatre)
359 S. Kalamazoo Mall, Ste 202
Kalamazoo, MI 49007

Event Fees:

$ 8.00 Group of 8
$ 10.00 BACC Members
$ 15.00 Students/ Seniors
$ 20.00 General Admission

Film Viewing & Discussion: A Day in Harlem


Jun 27,2017 - Time: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
In August of 1958, in front of a Harlem brownstone, first-time photographer Art Kane assembled 57 of the greatest jazz stars of all time and snapped a picture that would live forever. Narrated by Quincy Jones, this \"irresistible\" (Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times), Academy Award-nominated documentary examines the fascinating lives of the musicians who showed up that day to make history. Through remarkable interviews with nearly 30 jazz greats (including Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins and Art Blakey), home movies shot by Milt and Mona Hinton, and rare, archival performance footage, A Great Day in Harlem tells the story behind a legendary photograph that is still alive and kicking - and jammin\'! This film viewing and discussion is a part of BACC\'s monthly programming and our second quarter series \"Black Culture in Film\" Admission is $5 for non BACC members and FREE for BACC members. A discussion of the film will follow the screening. Refreshments will be provided. Contact BACC for more information at info@blackartskalamazoo.org for 269-349-1035.

Location

Black Arts & Cultural Center
359 S Kalamazoo Mall Ste. 202
Kalamazoo, MI 49007

Event Fees:

$ 5.00 General Admission