Free Staged Reading at the Strand Theatre: Charles Fuller’s A Soldier’s Play
Set in a southern army barracks, Charles Fuller’s Pulitzer Prize drama A Soldier's Play looks at racism from the inside out through the eyes of soldiers under an oppressive thumb fighting to do their duty as citizens and as men.
This free staged reading is presented by the Boston Black Theatre Collective of UMass Boston's William Monroe Trotter Institute in collaboration with Project1VOICE.
Directed by Akiba Abaka and featuring: Johnny Lee Davenport, David Curtis, Hector Solano, Jeff Robinson, James Milord, Rick Engerman, Keith Mascoll, Johnnie McQuarley and more.
RSVP: http://bitly.com/asoldiersplay or 617.287.5880
On the third Monday in June, Project1VOICE collaborates with African American theaters and other institutions across the country to present staged readings of a classical play or musical by an African American writer or composer on the same day, simultaneously.
For disability-related accommodations, including dietary accommodations, please visit www.ada.umb.edu two weeks prior to the event.