A journey through African American theater


Janeen Fagbemi

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The celebration of 3 decades of African American Theatre kicks off with an exhibit. The exhibit of African American Theatre is open now in the Black Box Theatre.

African American music fills the background as a multimedia presentation plays.The exhibit includes an array of costumes, set models, and set pieces from African American plays Georgia Southern’s Theatre and Performance department have put on in the past years.

Costumes from plays such as “A Rasin in the Sun”, “The Mountaintop”, “Flyin’ West”, and “Blues for an Alabama Sky” are on display in the exhibit.

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