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The Fifth Annual Reader's Theater Voices of Freedom: Overcoming Barriers

TRAHC's African American Committee presents the 5th Annual Reader's Theater Voices of Freedom: Overcoming Barriers


Please join TRAHC and our community in celebrating a milestone year for the Voice of Freedom production. The inspiration for this theater production is from the Simithsonian Institute's exhibit called Freedom's Sisters, which honors women involved with the Civil Rights Movement. TAAC has modified the exhibit's theme to include men and women. Thus, TAAC is the first to use visual and performing arts to portray notable African-Americans. The basic themes for each presentation are Freedom, Justice, Peace and Civil Rights.

Performers include:

• Rhonda Dolberry as Alice Walker

• Linda Harlston as Ursula Burns

• Chiquita Burks as Cicely Tyson

• Charles Perry as Ray Charles Robinson

• Warren Smith, Jr. as Rev. M. L. King, Jr.


With Dr. Warren Smith, Sr. as Director, Rev. James P Larkins as Script Constructor and I. Donald Nelson as History Scholar.


The Reader's Theater will take place on Thursday, May 3, 2012 from 6PM-8PM at the Regional Arts Center, 321 West Fourth Street (at Texas Blvd). Downtown Texarkana, USA. Admission is free and open to the public.

Past events:

Date Time Location
May 3, 2012 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Call 903.792.8681
Free to the public. Family-oriented.

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