June 9, 2013 Print version
BSC makes its 4th Annual DC Black Theatre Festival appearance with
"Subject To CHANGE..."
What: Brave Soul Collective presents "Subject To CHANGE..."
Where: Sitar Arts Center
1700 Kalorama Road NW
Washington, DC 20009
When: Thursday, June 27th 2013
Cost: $15 online & at the door (while supplies last)
On Thursday June 27th, Brave Soul Collective (BSC) makes its 4th annual DC Black Theatre Festival appearance, with "Subject To CHANGE..." a series of all new theatrical works written and performed by some of DC's most talented African American artists.
After presenting the inspiring stage production, "BALANCING ACTS: Tales of Triumph, Trial & Error earlier this year in honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, BSC returns to the Sitar Arts Center on Thursday June 27th, at 7pm, with an electrifying stage play which is sure to take audience members on a journey like only the Brave Soul ensemble can.
Through a combination of short scenes & monologues, this performance will tackle issues such as relationships, sex, dating, family, career, and much more by cleverly weaving them all together, while demonstrating how we're all at the mercy of the only constant in life, which is...CHANGE.
This performance which is sponsored in part by Us Helping Us, People Into Living, also takes place on National HIV Testing Day and is being presented to encourage everyone to get tested, to know their HIV status, and to empower them to make wise, informed choices about their sexual health through HIV/AIDS education and prevention.
"Subject To CHANGE..." features all new, original theatrical works written & directed by playwrights - Thembi Duncan, Jared Shamberger, Alan Sharpe, & BSC founder, Monte J. Wolfe.
For more info, and details about purchasing discounted tickets for groups of 10 or more, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Advance tickets are available by visiting: PURCHASE TICKETS & will also be sold at the door, on the night of the event while supplies last. Space is extremely limited. For mature audiences only.